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January 27, 2023

Promotion Watch ’23: 36 People at Moss Adams Earned Their Stripes

Moss Adams admitted 36 lucky boys and girls into the partnership last week, topping last year’s new partner class of 34 and more than double the class of 2021.

“Our newest group of admitted partners exemplifies our focus on providing holistic services that help our clients succeed,” said Eric Miles, CEO and chairman for Moss Adams. “I’m proud to have this group join our partnership.”

That group includes these 23 men and 13 women:

  • Matt Billings, Denver; National Tax
  • Maria Braun, Seattle; SOC Examinations
  • Erin Clayville, Seattle; Internal Audit
  • Sasha Correnti, Seattle; Not-for-Profit
  • Terry Dickens, San Francisco; Private Clients
  • Halie Garcia, Albuquerque, NM; Internal Audit
  • Derek Groff, Denver; Valuations
  • Sara Harper, Santa Rosa, CA; Wine, Beer and Spirits
  • Sheila Herrera, Albuquerque, NM; Manufacturing and Consumer Products
  • Tommy Hiscocks, Los Angeles; Construction
  • Benjamin Isley, Dallas; Technology
  • Jared James, Seattle; IT Compliance
  • Tan Le, Everett, WA; Aerospace and Defense
  • Scott Leback, Portland, OR; Technology
  • Ryan Luetkemeyer, Albuquerque, NM; Tribal and Gaming
  • Aaron McFarland, Seattle; Wealth Management
  • Kellie McKenna, Seattle; Financial Services
  • Jackie Merrill, Eugene, OR; Food and Beverage
  • ​​​​Matt Mueller, Denver; Manufacturing and Consumer Products
  • Jeremy Nichols, San Diego; Construction
  • Tim Oakes, Issaquah, WA; Development and Integration
  • Daniel Olson, Silicon Valley, CA; Technology
  • Chris Parker, Sacramento, CA; State and Local Tax
  • Sid Paruthi, Silicon Valley, CA; International Tax
  • Rae Paulson, Santa Rosa, CA; Wine, Beer and Spirits
  • Linda Pei, Los Angeles; Manufacturing and Consumer Products
  • Michael Pihowich, Los Angeles; Transaction Services
  • Anthony Porter, Everett, WA; Financial Services
  • Bradley R. Porter, Dallas; Transaction Services
  • Corey Preugschat, Seattle; Manufacturing and Consumer Products
  • Kimberly Sokoloff, San Francisco; Health Care
  • Mathew Stopa, Everett, WA; Health Care
  • Emily Tillis, Spokane, WA; National Assurance
  • Aparna Venkateswaran, Orange County, CA; Health Care
  • Chris Waetzig, Portland, OR; Wealth Management
  • Brian Wong, San Francisco; Technology

Congrats to all! Now start making it rain.

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