September 23, 2020

Promotion Watch ’12: McGladrey Announces Partner/Principal Class

Twenty-four lucky lads (18) and ladies (6) got seats at the big table as partners or principals on October 1. Joe Adams is busting:

“Each of our new partners and principals demonstrates McGladrey’s values of respect, integrity, teamwork, excellence and stewardship in their interactions with our clients and with one another,” said Joe Adams, managing partner and CEO of McGladrey. “These individuals understand our clients’ needs, aspirations and challenges, and they use that unparalleled understanding to deliver innovative insights and expertise unique to each client and industry that we serve. It’s with great pleasure that McGladrey recognizes their significant contributions.”

Who are these dynamos? Glad you asked. 

Name LOB Office
Dennis Bachman Assurance Blue Bell
Michael Botzis Assurance Raleigh
Brad Broberg Assurance Des Moines
Laura Burkamper Consulting Davenport
Pat Conroy Consulting Boston
Vince Curttright Assurance Chicago
Scott DeFilio Assurance New Haven
Kathy Healey Assurance Denver
Brad Hershberger Tax Des Moines
Tammy Hill Consulting Chicago
Elliot Isaac Assurance New York
Richard Kawecki Consulting Miami
Jason Kellogg Assurance Denver
Katie Lamkin ICS Minneapolis
Rob Lewis ICS Davenport
Stan Macora Consulting New York
Ryan Matthys Assurance South Bend
Rob Schmidt Tax Los Angeles
David Silver Tax Gaithersburg
Joe Sjoholm Assurance New York
Leslie Stackpole Tax Phoenix
Shelly Van Dyne Assurance Bloomington
Ryan Weber Assurance Fort Lauderdale
John Wozniczka Tax Schaumburg

That's twelve assurance, five tax, five consulting and two ICS if you're scoring at home. Let them eat cake.

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