William M. Wiles , M.A., C.P.A.

William M. (Bill) Wiles has over 35 years of wide-ranging business experience including public accounting, commercial real estate, and venture capital.  During the last eight years, Mr. Wiles was a partner in Davis, Tuttle Venture Partners where his primary contributions were in the areas of deal flow generation, marketing, due diligence research, and financial and operational analysis.  He is a graduate of the Venture Capital Institute. 

Mr. Wiles began his professional career as a staff accountant with Sartain, Fischbein & Company and has held management positions with Helmerich & Payne, Inc. and the Davis Companies in addition to owning a real estate development company.  His primary areas of expertise are in financial and operational analysis, organizational development, marketing, and deal flow generation.  His strengths are in analyzing situations, energizing and executing action plans, and team building. 

Mr. Wiles holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Arts in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Oklahoma.  He is also licensed as a Certified Public Accountant. 

In addition, he is a past-president of the following major Tulsa-area organizations:  Tulsa Economic Development Corporation, Tulsa Economics Club, Building Owners & Managers Association, Leadership Tulsa, Family & Children Service, Mayfest International and the Brady Village Owners Association.  He has been a Trustee of the Goodland Boys Home and a Director of Downtown Tulsa Unlimited, the Community Service Council, the Sand Springs Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Sand Springs.  He also holds memberships in various accounting organizations, the Oklahoma Academy for State Goals, TU Friends of Finance and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.  

Mr. Wiles is an ordained Elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A).  He also chaired the First Presbyterian Church (Tulsa) construction committee during the $8 million renovation of the church building and the conversion of the former Masonic Lodge into the Bernsen Community Life Center.