Cheryl McCann, CPA Glass Jacobson Financial Group
Cheryl McCann, CPA
Senior Accountant


Cheryl first joined the firm in 1990. She returned to the firm in 2004 after 10 years as national finance director at Dominos Pizza. She is a senior accountant, involved in both the accounting and audit and tax departments. Her principal areas of concentration include analyzing and streamlining accounting processes, financial statement and tax preparation and planning, and QuickBooks™ expertise.

Cheryl has helped numerous clients condense and improve internal processes, resulting in savings and improved efficiencies. She is a certified public accountant in the state of Maryland and a member of the Maryland Association of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs. Cheryl earned her bachelor of science degree in computer science and her associate of arts degree in accounting from Towson University.

During her time as finance director for Dominos, Cheryl gained a wealth of experience from a small business owner perspective from dealing with the individual franchises and franchise owners. This experience helped Cheryl understand the nuances of running a small business and has allowed her to become a better business advisor for her clients. She is able to advise clients not just on accounting needs, but also on personnel issues, procedures and organization, and growth strategy.

Cheryl volunteers at Garrison Forest School and Boys Latin School, where her children attend.


Ben Griffin
Ben Griffin
The Glass Jacobson Team has handled accounting and tax matters for CEOIQ since I started the business over 18 years ago...Their attention to detail and customer orientation is what has kept me as a client for nearly two decades now. Working with Ed Jacobson and Cheryl McCann, who handles all the details of our work has been a consistent professional experience and a delightful personal relationship as well.

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