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October 2, 2023

Promotion Watch ’20: Andersen Adds 14 New Managing Directors

Arthur Andersen & Co.

This year’s class of new managing directors at Andersen is slightly bigger than the baker’s dozen added in 2019.

So congrats to the eight women and six men (two of whom are Arthur Andersen alums) who are the newest apples of Mark Vorsatz’s eye:

  • Chelsea Baron, Private Client Services practice, Metro New York
  • Laura Berard, Private Client Services practice, Boston
  • Matthew Canapari, Alternative Investment Funds practice, Boston
  • Deborah Croatto, Private Client Services practice, Metro New York
  • Paige Goepfert, Private Client Services practice, Chicago
  • Sam Kim, Private Client Services practice, Los Angeles
  • Nicholas Lagoni, Private Client Services practice, Chicago
  • Brett Larsen, Private Client Services practice, Metro New York
  • Erika Lermayer, Commercial practice, Metro New York
  • Matt Moon, Valuation practice, San Francisco
  • Dusty Reynolds, Commercial practice, Dallas
  • Heather Roush, U.S. National Tax practice, Metro New York
  • Hazel Dolio Tag-at, Private Client Services practice, San Francisco
  • Rebecca Venters, Private Client Services practice, Metro New York

Welcome to the jungle, y’all!


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