Achievers & Accolades

TRP Sumner to welcome new staff accountant to team

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

Trent Williams, an intern with TRP Sumner who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Campbell University, will join the TRP Sumner Dunn office as a staff accountant in January 2023. 


Describing Williams, who grew up in Autryville, N.C.,  as an “over-achiever,” TRP Sumner says that his internship and experience as the executive treasurer of Campbell University’s Student Government Association and the vice president of Campbell’s Student Accountant Society has equipped him for the role and positioned him to graduate from Campbell University at the age of 19. 


Williams credits his faith for his achievements thus far. “I am most proud of my Christian faith,” he said. “I feel that without the Lord’s guidance I would not be in the position that I am in today.”  

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