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Promotion Watch ’22: Here Are the 37 Newest Marcum Partners

If the 2022 new partner class at Marcum looks unusually large, it is. Why? Because of all the Friedmans.

The class of new partners includes professionals who joined the firm as part of Friedman LLP’s merger into Marcum less than a week ago, on September 1.

Up until now, last year’s class of 29 new partners was the largest in the firm’s history. Here are the 24 men and 13 women in this year’s class:

  • John Ahern (Accounting Services) Melville, NY
  • Kristin Barishian (Assurance Services) Boston
  • Randy Bosley (Assurance Services) Mayfield Village, OH
  • Sean Burke (Tax & Business Services) Boston
  • Kevin Burkhardt (Assurance Services) Hartford, CT
  • Fred Campos (Transaction Advisory Services) Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Maggie Chiang (Assurance Services) New York City
  • John DelGrego (Advisory Services) Hartford, CT
  • Kaitlin DeMartin (Tax & Business Services) Boston
  • Raffaele Di Censo (Assurance Services) Boston
  • Jin Dong (Assurance Services) New York City
  • Rolando Garcia (Tax & Business Services) New York City
  • Trevor Genereux (Tax & Business Services) Hartford, CT
  • John Guerrieri (Assurance Services) Philadelphia
  • Melissa Hasenmayer (Tax & Business Services) Philadelphia
  • Alexander Ho (Tax & Business Services) San Jose, CA
  • Richard Hunter (Financial Services) New Haven, CT
  • Greg Kohr (Advisory Services) East Hanover, NJ
  • Joe Layne (Risk Advisory Services) Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Cheryl Lesnik (Assurance Services) New York City
  • Sophia Li (Assurance Services) New York City
  • Lance Lvovsky (Tax & Business Services) Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Brandon Okamoto (Tax & Business Services) Costa Mesa, CA
  • Nick Parseghian (Advisory Services) Boston
  • Tim Peabody (Tax & Business Services) New Haven, CT
  • Eugene Pupkov (Tax & Business Services) East Hanover, NJ
  • Patrice Radogna (Advisory Services) Boston
  • Anthony Rodriguez (Tax & Business Services) New York City
  • Adi Rubin (Financial Services) Washington, DC
  • Timm Rufo (Assurance Services) San Francisco
  • Shawna Ruiz (Assurance Services) Uniondale, NY
  • Heather Santonino (Tax & Business Services) Melville, NY
  • Gregory Skoda Jr. (Operations/Business Development) Mayfield Village, OH
  • Evan Teicher (Assurance Services) New York City
  • Edita Vysockyte (Tax & Business Services) Melville, NY
  • Vincent Xiao (Assurance Services) New York City
  • Shamisa Zvoma (Tax & Business Services) New York City

Congrats to the newest rainmakers at the House of Weiner!

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