Shawn Stoller held the designation of Certified Athletic Trainer before a national training accreditation agency was put into effect. He received his certification through Cramer, where he attended a seminar and participated in exercises, earning recognition as the fastest ankle taper in the group. After earning the certification, Stoller obtained recruiting materials from many colleges across the country, as well as offers from professional athletic organizations such as the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Seattle Mariners. Ultimately, Shawn Stoller accepted a scholarship to Seattle University, where he functioned as an Athletic Trainer with women’s basketball and volleyball, as well as men’s basketball. During his time at Seattle University, Shawn Stoller dedicated his studies to the world of finance, ultimately graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and an emphasis on accounting. In the midst of his studies, Stoller took on full-time employment as a Staff Accountant with Knight, Vale and Gregory. After graduation, Shawn Stoller transferred to the firm’s Tacoma office and handled audits of various corporations and executives. He then gained employment with Morrison Campbell Insurance before establishing his own firm, Stoller and Company. Today the firm is known as Eastside Accountants, and it offers a full range of financial services. In addition to his work at Eastside Accountants, Shawn Stoller acts as an advisor or on the Board of Directors for several companies. He is also the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Grandview Enterprises, a refrigerated trucking company in Vancouver, Washington. In his free time, he enjoys boating and supporting youth sailing opportunities through the Meydenbauer Bay Yacht Club.
MBYC Youth Sail, Jubilee Reach Community Assistance, Boating, Children's Sailing, Homelessness