Audit Staff

John Hutzler,
Washington County Auditor
CIA, CGAP, CCSA, JD Law, BS, Mathematics, BA Psychology

John was elected Washington County Auditor in May 2010 and was sworn in to office in January 2011.  From 1991 to 1996 he served as Washington County's Justice Planning Coordinator when the County was planning the Jail, Sheriff's Offices and Community Corrections Center in downtown Hillsboro.

John has 17 years of audit experience in government and private sector organizations, including the Multnomah County Auditor's Office, the City of Portland Audit Services, the Oregon Departments of Transportation, Health and Human Services and Education, Kaiser Permanente Health Plans, and Wells Fargo Bank.  With Multnomah County he led an audit of Roadway Capital Projects that won the Association of Local Government Auditor's 1999 Best Audit Award.

John holds a law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Pittsburgh Law School, and bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University.

John is a Certified Internal Auditor and a Certified Government Auditing Professional.  He holds a Charter Certificate in Control Self-Assessment and an Accreditation in Internal Quality Assurance.  John is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and the Association of Local Government Auditors (ALGA).  He is a recipient of the IIA William S. Smith Award. 

John serves on the Board of the Washington County Public Affairs Forum.

Latham Stack
Program Auditor
CIA, CGAP, MS

Latham joined the Washington County Auditor's Office in October 2012. He has over 14 years of performance auditing experience in government and fund accounting environments. In 2007, Latham started and managed the internal audit program for the Beaverton School District. Prior to that he was Audit Manager at Dartmouth College for eight years; a senior auditor in the financial services industry; and a Principal Investigator on federally-funded studies of stormwater adaptation to climate change impacts. He has experience in program, operational, financial, regulatory compliance, and fraud auditing, as well as statistics, financial modeling, and project management.

Latham has a Masters of Science degree in environmental chemistry from Antioch University New England, and a Bachelor's in Finance/Accounting from the Catholic University of America.

Latham is a Certified Internal Auditor and a Certified Government Audit Professional.  He is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Local Government Auditors.

Peter Morris
Program Auditor
JD, MPA

Peter joined the Washington County Auditor's Office in December 2014, after ten years as a Management Analyst with the Washington County Sheriff's Office. He has worked in local government since 1989, including over a decade as a government performance auditor. Peter's other experience includes municipal financial advising, grants management, and significant involvement in strategic planning and performance measurement. Peter also served as director of the board for Fruit & Flower Child Care. Away from work, Peter is a dedicated fisherman.

Peter has a Juris Doctorate from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College and a Masters of Public Administration from Portland State University School of Urban and Public Affairs.

Peter is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Local Government Auditors.