Promotion Watch ’20: Plante Moran Admits 25 New Partners

A batch of 25 new Plante Moran partners has been released into the wild, and I’ll go out on a limb and say it’s thee biggest class of new partners in the firm’s history.

It’s definitely the largest class since 2015:

Here are the 13 men and 12 women who make up the Plante Moran class of 2020:

  • Mike Abramo, Columbus, OH
  • Lindy Beldyga, Flint, MI
  • Kevin DeAutremont, Denver
  • GianFranco DelBene, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Jamie Essenmacher, East Lansing, MI
  • Jean Hackstock, Macomb, MI
  • Bryan Howe, Denver
  • Bryan Hughes, Southfield, MI
  • David Kristick, Detroit
  • Elizabeth Maldin, Denver
  • Aki Mitsunaga, Schaumburg, IL
  • Ted Morgan, Southfield, MI
  • Emily Murphy, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Dave Pesci, Flint, MI
  • Scott Phillips, Cleveland
  • Mike Riffel, Chicago
  • Jodi Rothenthaler, Grand Rapids, MI
  • Laurice Saba, Auburn Hills, MI
  • Ashley Schade, Toledo, OH
  • Michael Scheetz, East Lansing, MI
  • Michelle St. Ours, Chicago
  • Alicia Sturtevant, Traverse City, MI
  • Jacqueline Venier, Detroit
  • Chris Vojack, Schaumburg, IL
  • Christopher Walski, Traverse City, MI

Congratulations to all the new rainmakers at Plante Moran!

[Plante Moran]

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