Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Promotion Watch ’21: Moss Adams Admits 18 New Partners

Twelve men and four women were promoted from little Mosses to big Mosses in the latest new partner class at Moss Adams. And the firm recently poached two other of its newest partners from Big 4 firms.

Here are the 18 newest partners at Moss Adams:

  • *Kristina Allan, Irvine, CA
  • Jeff Gay, Everett, WA
  • Raj Gupta, San Francisco
  • Patrick Guthrie, Orange County, CA
  • Peter Henderson, Orange County, CA
  • Kevin Jacobs, Everett, WA
  • Sean Kanaley, Orange County, CA
  • Daniel Lapour, Portland, OR
  • Matt Parsons, Orange County, CA
  • Scott Peterson, Silicon Valley, CA
  • Tegan Peterson, Central Washington
  • Labi Rabiu, San Francisco
  • Anita Shah, Bellingham, WA
  • Ben Shively, Silicon Valley, CA
  • Rianne Suico, San Francisco
  • Michael Smoot, Portland, OR
  • *Doug Wibbing, Fresno, CA
  • Jana Wright, Orange County, CA

*Allan and Wibbing were previously partners at EY and Deloitte, respectively.

Congrats all around.

Related article:

Promotion Watch ’19: Moss Adams Admits 28 New Partners
Moss Adams Admits 21 New Partners (2018)

Latest Accounting Jobs--Apply Now:

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.


Comments are closed.

Related articles

Hiring Watch ’23: The IRS Is Looking For a Few Good Tax Attorneys

With nearly $80 billion allotted over the next 10 years thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, the IRS is going on a hiring spree to improve its woeful customer service (to taxpayers and tax professionals alike) and technology; wade through the piles of individual, business, and amended paper tax returns that have accumulated over the […]

Former KPMG Employee’s Parents Awarded $6.5 Million In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The family of 25-year-old Peter Smith, an audit associate at KPMG who died of Lyme carditis—which occurs when Lyme disease bacteria enter the tissue of the heart—on July 2, 2017, was awarded $6.5 million by a jury in Cumberland County, ME, last week after deciding that a Mercy Hospital doctor had failed to accurately diagnose […]