October 3, 2022

Promotion Watch ’20: Wipfli Adds Nine to the Partnership, Three New Principals

April was a rough month for the public accounting profession as a whole in the U.S. Because of the economic uncertainty caused by the Rona, a whole slew of PA firms pushed the go button on austerity measures, such as layoffs, furloughs, and pay cuts. And Milwaukee-based Wipfli was no exception.

But we won’t get into that right now. Instead, we want to acknowledge the newest partner/principal class at Wipfli, which includes six men and six women. While the press release doesn’t break down the number of partners and principals in the class, I dug into it and came up with nine new partners and three new principals—all three of whom are women.

Here are the dandy dozen:

  • Marcie Bomberg, Principal, Financial Services, Wisconsin
  • William P. Carroll, Partner, Construction and Real Estate, Philadelphia
  • Joshua A. Graham, Partner, Construction and Real Estate, Illinois
  • Nathan Henrigillis, Partner, Manufacturing, Wisconsin
  • Craig Hirt, Partner, Nonprofit and Government, Wisconsin
  • Anne Kirschling, Partner, Manufacturing, Wisconsin
  • Karen Lloyd, Partner, Health Care, Wisconsin
  • Sarah Lutzke, Principal, Financial Services, Minnesota
  • Audra Moncur, Partner, Valuations, Illinois
  • Paul Ouweneel, Partner, Valuations, Wisconsin
  • Maureen Pistone, Principal, Talent and Culture, Wisconsin
  • Reed Sellers, Partner, Construction and Real Estate, Colorado

Congrats to all the new Wipfli partners and principals!

[Wipfli]

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Layoff Watch ’20: Job Cuts Have Begun at Wipfli, Staff Pay Cuts Are ‘Last Resort’

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