About Arnold McClellan

Over the years, San Francisco, California, resident Arnold McClellan has maintained a balance between his philanthropic and occupational commitments, with a philosophy of community stewardship and professional excellence. A member of the Board of Governors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco from 2007 through 2011, Arnold McClellan performed in various capacities as Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Committee. In the latter role, Arnold McClellan assisted with implemention of a new market tax credit structure that raised money for renovation of one of the organization’s oldest boys & girls clubhouse facilities.

Active in a number of other community service endeavors, Arnold McClellan has volunteered for the San Francisco Food Bank, the Edgewood Center for Children and Families, and various philanthropic activities of Deloitte. A frequent donor to the United Way as well, Arnold McClellan is a member of the organization’s Tocqueville Society. In his free time, he plays tennis, goes golfing, hikes, practices yoga, and works out.

A certified public accountant and noted finance executive with more than 25 years of experience in his field, Arnold McClellan began his career at Arthur Andersen LLP following graduation from Georgia State University. From Arthur Andersen, he joined Deloitte in its Atlanta office and quickly moved into subsequent roles as Mergers and Acquisitions Transaction Services (MATS) Tax Senior Manager in New York City, International Tax Partner for United States Corporate Tax Services in London, and MATS Tax Partner in San Francisco. In his final role with Deloitte, he served as Regional Managing Partner of MATS, and from 2004 through 2010, he oversaw all aspects of MATS’ Northern California operations.


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