Bill Mooningham is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, obtaining a B.S. degree in Accounting. After graduation, he spent two years in the Army, serving with the First Air Calvary Division in Vietnam. After completing military service, Bill joined Ernst & Young. Bill has spent his career at Ernst & Young serving a wide variety of companies of all sizes. Throughout his career, Bill has served both publicly-owned and privately-owned companies.
He has extensive SEC experience and has participated in SEC filings of all types, both periodic reports and registration statements. He has significant experience with Wall Street and has worked with both New York based law firms and underwriting firms.
Bill's community activities include service as the past Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Samaritan Recovery Community (an alcohol and drug abuse treatment center) for three terms; member of the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of the Middle Tennessee State University Foundation for six years; member of the Jones College of Business Advisory Board; member of the MTSU Accounting Advisory Board; member of the Davidson County United Way Steering Committee for five years; and chairman of Davidson County United Way Allocations Panels for ten years.
Bill and his wife, Linda, recently celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary. They are both runners and have run three marathons and over ten half-marathons together. Their most recent events were the New York City Marathon last November and the Tampa Bay Marathon in February. Their next event is the Music City Half Marathon on April 24.
They have two children, Sirci and Dathan, and three grandchildren.
Presented April 21, 2004
Jennings A. Jones College of Business
Academic Awards Banquet