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Morris E. Harris

Morris E. Harris


Morris E. Harris, CPA, CGMA, PMP is a Director at IntrapriseTechKnowlogies, LLC an advisory-focused CPA firm dedicated to helping small businesses, middle market organizations, and nonprofits leverage innovative technologies, proactively manage their business & technical risks, and enable balanced organizational growth and development.


Morris has over 20 years of corporate experience in a variety of areas ranging from Big 4 audit, corporate financial accounting and reporting, operations management, training development, product development, and program management. Morris is also an experienced business analyst and trained in Lean Six Sigma techniques.  

As a Director, he is responsible for providing program management for innovation projects in the accounting technology and learning development areas, and he also serves as a project portfolio lead (i.e. outsourced project management office) for smaller organizations.  

Prior to working with IntrapriseTechKnowlogies, Morris worked for ten years at the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (“AICPA”) as a program and product manager serving the Forensic and Valuation Services (“FVS”) and Information Management and Technology Advisor (“IMTA”) professional communities.  In his role at the AICPA, Morris served as a liaison for specialized credential committees, provided leadership and direction for credential pathway initiatives, and led cross-departmental teams in developing and launching various products and resources supporting FVS and IMTA professionals.       

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration w/Concentration in Accounting, Morehouse College 

  • Master of Business Administration, Finance, NC State University 

  • Certified Public Accountant, North Carolina 

  • Chartered Global Management Accountant 

  • Project Management Professional

Professional Associations 

  • Member, AICPA 

  • Member, North Carolina Association of Certified Professional Accountants (NCACPA)  



  • “Avoid audit deficiencies”, Journal of Accountancy, March 2013 

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