Patrick Yu

Patrick Yu



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Patrick is the New York metro area market leader and a partner in the healthcare/not-for-profit services practice in the New York regional offices of Baker Tilly. He has nearly 30 years of experience in providing various audit, review, accounting and consulting services to not-for-profit entities. He serves as the firm’s East regional leader of the diversity committee and is a member of the national diversity committee.

Patrick also serves on the board of the Baker Tilly Foundation and chairs its finance committee.

  • Clients include membership organizations, disease advocacy, behavioral health organizations, special education, private school, community and social services, community development and HUD-funded affordable housing organizations, as well as employee benefit plans
  • Specializes in consolidated fiscal report (CFR) audits, compliance audits in accordance with Governmental Auditing Standards, Uniform Guidance, as well as other agency-specific guidelines
  • Advises clients in SED rate reconciliation, OPWDD rate rationalization and strategic financial operations
  • The Economic Club of New York, member
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) Suffolk Chapter Not-for-Profit Committee, past co-chair
  • NYSSCPA Statewide Not-for-Profit Committee, past chair
  • Speaker, accounting and industry-specific topics at various firm-sponsored seminars and NYSSCPA conferences
  • Queens Chamber of Commerce, board treasurer and chair of Finance Committee; board secretary and member of the Executive Committee
  • Easterseals New York, board treasurer
  • Queens Power 100, City & State, 2024
  • Notable Leaders in Accounting and Consulting list, Crain’s New York Business, 2022
  • Awarded Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award


New York, NY


Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting
State University of New York at Buffalo

Executive Education:

Columbia University Business School — Advanced Management Program (Executive Leadership)