Winnie Quick

Miss Winnie Quick

Winnie Quick, a May 2011 accounting graduate, began working as an Audit Associate at Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP in October 2012. Quick successfully passed both the CPA and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) exams before starting in public accounting.
Quick graduated with a 3.77 GPA.  She was awarded a full scholarship to obtain the Master’s in Accounting (MAcc) degree at The Ohio State University, where she was also selected as a Pace Setter recipient (an award recognizing the top 10% of the class).

Quick’s endeavors at A&T included three years on the Lady Aggies’ tennis team.  The first and only blue chip tennis player to ever play for the Aggies, she also completed a stint as the team’s Co-Captain.  Quick served on the executive boards of Beta Alpha Psi Honor Society and the Alpha Phi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., where she was chosen as the Mid-Atlantic Region’s Undergraduate Member of the Year.  She participated in the PhD Project, the KPMG Diversity Leadership Conference, the General Electric/Alpha Kappa Alpha Leadership Fellows Conference, and four case study competitions – including two first-place finishes.  She also completed an ethics research internship after her freshman year as well as three consecutive summer internships with Dixon Hughes Goodman in the High Point, N.C. office.  Ultimately, Quick intends to become a fraud investigator specializing in white collar fraud.