September 23, 2020

Promotion Watch ’14: BDO Admits 24 New Partners

This just in from the BDO camp, 24 new partners have been admitted to the partnership effective July 1st; seventeen in assurance, six in tax and one from the national office.

“I want to welcome each of these highly accomplished individuals to the BDO USA partnership,” said Wayne Berson, CEO of BDO USA.  “As a firm, we are committed to recruiting, training and retaining superior talent.  Each of these new partners is a product of that commitment, as they have excelled in their specific technical area while providing the highest level of client service.”

Here are your new BDO partners in alphabetical order:

  • Kevin Bianchi (San Francisco – Assurance)
  • John Blanchette (Boston – Assurance)
  • Lynn Calhoun (Chicago – National Office)
  • Anthony Castellano (New York – Assurance)
  • Carrie Coleman (Raleigh – Assurance)
  • Nate Collins (San Francisco – Tax)
  • Kevin Dallman (Milwaukee – Assurance)
  • Jennifer DiGiavonni (Los Angeles – Assurance)
  • Alex Garside (Houston – Assurance)
  • Jeff Hemphill (Dallas – Assurance)
  • Ben Hendren (Nashville – Assurance)
  • Lisa Janek (Chicago – Assurance)
  • Ching Lun (Houston – Tax)
  • Cameron McDonald (Wilmington – Tax)
  • Cathy McNamara (Detroit – Assurance)
  • Matt Panzica (Chicago – Tax)
  • Lia Patton (Anchorage – Assurance)
  • Ross Pilcik (Houston – Assurance)
  • Binita Pradhan (San Francisco – Assurance)
  • Sean Purple (Richmond – Tax)
  • Amy Roberts (Spokane – Assurance)
  • Jill Svoboda (Dallas – Assurance)
  • David Wong (Los Angeles – Tax)
  • Chun Yeh (Bethesda – Assurance)

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