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About Us

About Our Firm

Boisselle, Morton & Wolkowicz, LLP is one of the leading public accounting firms in the Western Massachusetts area.  By combining our outstanding technical resources and experience, and maintaining exceptional personalized service, we assure that every client receives the close analysis and attention they deserve. 

We provide a complete range of services including audit, accounting, management consulting, and tax services.  Our services are utilized by a variety of clients, nationally as well as locally.  Our three partners have over 65 years of experience that includes both public accounting and industry.  This unique blend of experience is a tremendous asset when dealing in the rapidly changing environment of today’s business world. 

Our clients have responded favorably to our ability to provide technical advice with a straight-thinking and sensible approach that can be easily understood.  We believe in providing direct access to our seasoned professionals throughout the year, and we are devoted to being a partner in the personal and business success of our clients.


Our Partners

Our Team

Robb D. Morton, CGMA, CITP, CPA

Managing Partner

Mr. Morton has 35 years of experience in public and management accounting. As both a Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant he offers an excellent source for not only technical accounting and tax issues but for management advisory support as well. He has been designated as a Certified Information Technology Professional by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Morton has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Maine and a Masters of Science in Professional Accounting from the University of Hartford. He has also received a Masters in Taxation degree from the University of Hartford.

Mr. Morton is a member of the Board of Directors of the Greenfield Cooperative Bank and is the Treasurer of the United Way of Hampshire County. He served as Chairman of the Employers Association of the Northeast and as a member of the University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business Alumni Advisory Committee. He was the Treasurer of the East Longmeadow Small Business Association. He is Past President of the Springfield Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and the Northeast Regional Council of the IMA. He has served two terms on the IMA’s National Board of Directors. Mr. Morton recently completed a term on the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants Board of Directors and as Chairman of its Western Massachusetts Committee. In addition he has served his town as Chairman of the East Longmeadow Appropriations and Capital Planning Committees. Mr. Morton is a member of the adjunct faculty at American International College and currently teaches in its MBA program. Mr. Morton has taught classes in managerial accounting and auditing as part of the graduate program at Elms College, Western New England College and Bay Path College. He served as a lead instructor for the Becker CPA Review Course for ten years and has taught CMA Review Courses throughout New England.

Mr. Morton’s experience in management accounting includes work with a major government contractor that required him to obtain knowledge of cost accounting standards and rate calculations. He has many years of experience dealing with manufacturers and has worked with a variety of computer packages. His over seven years experience as a controller has given him a unique perspective that serves as a tremendous benefit when dealing with the challenges faced by his small business clients. He also has extensive experience working with family owned businesses both as advisor and as a member of their management team. He works with many of the area banks and finance companies to assist his clients with their working capital and equipment financing needs. He also has extensive experience in business planning including projections and forecasts. Mr. Morton served as a commissioned officer in the Connecticut National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserves and was an Honor Graduate of the U.S. Army Field Artillery School. He served in a variety of positions including Battalion Fire Support Officer and Battery Executive Officer.

Kevin M. Boisselle, PFS, CPA


Mr. Boisselle began his career in public accounting in 1986. He was certified in 1990 and educated at Western New England College. In 2002 he became a PFS (Personal Financial Specialist), the first CPA specialty designation accredited by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Mr. Boisselle has built an excellent reputation by providing outstanding tax, accounting and consulting services to his clients, which are largely comprised of individuals and small to mid-sized closely held businesses. Through experience, one of his best skill sets is the practicality and insight he provides to many of his business clients in the fields of manufacturing, retail, professional services and distribution.

Mr. Boisselle is also active within community organizations. He is a past board member of the Springfield chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants. He served as treasurer for the Children’s Museum at Holyoke, Inc. and is a past president of that organization. He also served on the board of directors as the vice president and the treasurer of Children First Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Boisselle has also served on the School Committee in the town of Granby, Massachusetts and represented that town on the Board of Governors of the Hampshire Educational Collaborative.

Joseph P. Wolkowicz, CPA, CGMA, MBA


Mr. Wolkowicz is dedicated to being a leader in the nonprofit industry and being at the forefront in developments of tax-exempt organizations’ accounting, tax, auditing, and governance regulations. He regularly attends the National Not-For-Profit Industry Conference in Washington, D.C. and several other continuing education programs focusing on not-for-profits. Mr. Wolkowicz also created and hosted a not-for-profit financial professional’s roundtable for local accountants and bookkeepers in that industry.

Mr. Wolkowicz has over 20 years of accounting experience, working almost exclusively with nonprofit clients. Mr. Wolkowicz has substantial knowledge in regard to nonprofit auditing and consulting. He currently manages over 75 nonprofit client engagements.

Mr. Wolkowicz has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Western New England College and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts. He is also a graduate of both the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Leadership Academy and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Ambassadors Program.

Mr. Wolkowicz is a past member of the Board of Directors and past chairperson of the Western Massachusetts Committee of the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Wolkowicz is also a past president of the Greater Amherst chapter of Business Network International and a past member of the Board of Directors of the joint committee of the Institute of Management Accountants, Financial Executives International, and Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants in Springfield.

Mr. Wolkowicz has earned the American Institute of Certified Public Accountant’s Not-for-Profit Certificate II for advanced knowledge in not-for-profit accounting.  This certificate requires the ability to apply techniques to effectively steward a not-for-profit's resources to achieve mission success, including performance management, risk assessment and response strategies, benchmarking, cash flow management and forecasting.