A managing director in the CBIZ MHM Los Angeles office, Cheryl Calhoun brings over 30 years of experience and expertise to all facets of the entertainment industry, with a particular emphasis in film and television. She represents entertainment industry talent, production companies, entertainment service companies, media service companies, publishing companies and executives in varied tax and business matters.
In addition to her private company practice, Calhoun also specializes in assisting not-for-profit organizations and charitable foundations, combining her talent for business and tax issues with her desire to contribute and support causes in the community. She is a dedicated and successful professional who, throughout her career, has made time to help other women reach their goals. Her passion for youth education and development provides a true resource for growth and support to each of these organizations. She provides these organizations with services such as Form 990 guidance and preparation, and resolving critical issues regarding management policies, procedures and governance. She has deep compassion for community organizations, coupled with a strong desire to help them achieve their goals and fulfill their missions of helping others. Her community involvement includes Urban Compass, Minnie House, Team Heal, Dress for Success Worldwide-West, Broad Circles, Women Founders Network, CBIZ Women’s Advantage, and American Lung Association.
In short, Calhoun is a dedicated professional who, throughout her career, has made time to help other women reach their goals. She is dedicated to the Los Angeles community organizations that she supports as a board member.
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