Louis G. Hutt, Jr., is a noted CPA, attorney, entrepreneur, and author.  He is the managing member and CEO of The Hutt Company, a premier accounting, legal, and consulting firm.  Mr. Hutt hosts a Sirius XM show that focuses on entrepreneurship, personal financial planning and income tax strategy and is a frequent speaker on those subjects.  He is author of The Road to Mega Success: Simple Strategies for Enriching the Bottom Line, a book tailored for early-stage entrepreneurs and executives.  Mr. Hutt is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis with a long-standing legacy of leadership at the university, within the WashU community in Baltimore, and on the Black Alumni Council since its founding. Mr. Hutt currently serves on the Olin Business School National Council and the Washington, DC/Baltimore Regional Cabinet.  In addition to being a member of the Washington University’s Board of Trustees, he formerly served on the Alumni Board of Governors and the Gephardt Institute National Council.  In 1998, Mr. Hutt received both the Business Alumni Award from the Olin Business School and the Founders Day Distinguished Alumni Award.  He and his wife helped launch the Howard County Admissions Initiative, an extremely successful community event which has had a vast impact on underrepresented students in Howard County for over 25 years.