Brian Gaumont Madison

2501 West Beltline Highway
Madison, WI 53713




Brian R. Gaumont


Brian Gaumont is a principal within Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice.  He has over seven years of experience at Wipfli.  During this time, Brian has served as an experienced facilitator, working with small and large groups, and specializes in work with grant-funded and community-based nonprofit organizations.  His consulting expertise is with organizational development and strategic planning.  In addition, Brian works closely with a diverse group of accounting and consulting professionals who are deeply focused on the needs of their clients.  He helps clients develop their strategic goals and works hand-in-hand with the client to develop a path for achieving those goals.  Brian frequently leverages the variety of subject and industry experts throughout Wipfli to move clients along their path.

Professional memberships and activities

  • Guest Lecturer – Cardinal Stritch University – Team Communication
  • End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin - Board Member
  • Boys & Girls Club of Dane County – Sun Prairie Advisory Board Member
  • Downtown Madison, Inc. and CONNECT Madison - Active member
  • Leadership Greater Madison - 2016 graduate
  • Wipfli’s United Way Committee – President - 2018

Areas of Focus

  • Helping organizations focus on their mission by providing solutions to focus on strategy, increase efficiency, reduce costs, and maintain compliance
  • Understanding the specific needs of our clients and partnering them with the multiple functions of the Wipfli team to achieve success
  • Consulting and training with organizations in the following areas:
    • Strategic planning
    • Organizational development
    • Process improvement, alignment, and redesign
    • Large and small group facilitation
  • Serving on nonprofit governing boards
  • Keeping connections and communication open between clients and the nonprofit and government team
  • Listening to clients’ needs and contributing in the development of unique methods for increasing organizational productivity
  • Providing customer service to the highest degree


Nonprofits Governments


University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • Bachelor of science degree with a minor in business administration