TITLE: Partner, Employee Benefit Team Leader
LOCATION: Richmond

Tommy Healy leads a cross-functional team of audit and tax compliance professionals focused on serving PBMares’ employee benefit plan clients. Currently, the team audits nearly 100 employee benefit plans, including those of a number of public companies. He also serves as a board member of PBMares.

By utilizing the firm’s risk-based audit approach, Tommy focuses on issues that will have a substantial impact on employee benefit plan clients and maximize audit efficiency. In turn, he has been named a Super CPA by Virginia Business magazine seven times for his work in the Employee Benefits practice area and once in the Young CPA category.

In addition to employee benefit plans, Tommy performs assurance services for hospitality clients, Federal government entities, financial institutions, construction contractors, manufacturing companies and retail businesses.

Tommy was first exposed to accounting through business electives in high school and continued to pursue this interest in college because he enjoyed what he was learning. He has always excelled in math, but acknowledges that accounting isn’t just about numbers; his top priority is helping his diverse clients solve their problems and achieve their goals. He likes to meet each day’s unique challenges with enthusiasm.

Outside of work, Tommy stays active in his community through memberships in the Bon Air Rotary Club and the District 7600 Foundation, for which he has received their District Service Award. He has also coached for the Chesterfield Little League, Swift Creek Athletic Association and Bon Air Basketball League.



  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Bachelor of Science in Finance from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia
Construction and Real Estate, Employee Benefit Plans, Financial Institutions, Hospitality, Manufacturing and Distribution, Retail

Audit & Assurance
"I appreciate that each client is unique and has different challenges. My top priority is helping clients solve their problems and achieve their goals."