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January 27, 2023

Promotion Watch ’21: Crowe Adds 45 New Partners and Principals

Crowe recently announced a slimmed-down class of 45 new partners and principals who will get their special light-up pens on April 1, 2022—compared to the 102 partners and principals who were promoted on April 1 of this year.

Here are the 34 men and 11 women who will be constantly pestered by Crowe CEO Mark Baer starting next April:


  • Ryan Silvino
  • Brent Warren

Audit and assurance

  • McCrae Bennett
  • Mike Berti
  • Brian Brueggeman
  • Lisa Carley
  • Ryan Deming
  • Andrey Dragun
  • Natalia Hailen
  • Scott Hicks
  • Clark Hornstra
  • Brian Jackson
  • Brent Kirkpatrick
  • Patrice Muller
  • Jason Naber
  • Mark Parkhurst
  • Matthew Rosenblatt
  • James Statler


  • Alejandro Alvarez
  • Megan Beasley
  • Joshua Brown
  • Eric Busch
  • Joe Durham
  • Brad Gilliat
  • Brian Hochberg
  • Andrew Holloway
  • Eric Jolly
  • Steve Krase
  • Simon Little
  • Alicia McKnight
  • Ryan Michalik
  • Shameka Smith
  • Michael Unger


  • Brian Carey
  • Mallory Fairless
  • Ignacio Guevara
  • Heather Hoezee 
  • Ankit Joshi
  • Trudie Kanter
  • Cody Lewis
  • Katie Mishler
  • Matt Paparella
  • Victor Sturgis
  • Dan Swartz
  • Lara Thompson

Congrats everyone!

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Promotion Watch ’20: Crowe Names 104 New Partners and Principals

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