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February 3, 2023

Number of New Partners Admitted at CohnReznick Balloons to 23

Feb. 1 was a record-setting day for New York-based CohnReznick, as it admitted the largest partner class in the firm’s history.

CohnReznick, the 11th-largest accounting firm in the U.S., gave new partner gift bags to 23 CPAs (four women and 19 men) last Friday. Maybe they got new hats, too.

Last year, the firm admitted only nine people to the partnership; in 2017, 12 people joined the partnership ranks.

Here’s the list of the new 2019 partners at CohnReznick:

Stephen V. Alimonti, CPA, Boston
Joseph A. Arnone, CPA, New York
Andrew Ian Broadie, CPA, Bethesda, Md.
Seth Cohen, CPA, Bethesda, Md.
Scott E. Damiecki, CPA, CCIFP, Bethesda, Md.
William J. Delsa Jr., CPA, Atlanta
Christopher Gaeta, CPA, Eatontown, N.J.
Marisa Garcia, CPA, New York
Mohamed Ghattas, CPA, Los Angeles
Christopher Griffin, CPA, Bethesda, Md.
Karen Harris, CPA, Baltimore
Brian Hickey, CPA, Hartford, Conn.
Sean Holloway, CPA, Sacramento, Calif.
Helana Huddleston, CPA, CIRA, Chicago
Paul Jhung, CPA, New York
Sunil Madray, CPA, Long Island, N.Y.
Ryan Mills, CPA, Atlanta
Matthew Radford, CPA, Bethesda, Md.
Jason C. Rocker, CPA, New York
Robert Ryan, CPA, Tysons, Va.
Shaune Scutellaro, CPA, Eatontown, N.J.
Jeffrey L. Shapiro, CPA, Tysons, Va.
Lori Rothe Yokobosky, CPA, MT, Roseland, N.J.

Congrats to all the new CohnReznick partners. I’m sure they’ll do great … and look great.

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