• Sixteen McGladrey Partners Get to Update Their LinkedIn Profiles with Fancy New Titles

    By | January 10, 2013

    These are your new McGladrey National Industry Leaders

    • Alternative Energy – Dustin Petersen (Des Moines, IA)
    • Business and Professional Services – Barry Rosenthal (Chicago)
    • Consumer Products – Carol Lapidus (New York)
    • Federal Government – Mark Waterman (Vienna, VA)
    • Financial Institutions – Jeff Baker (Des Moines, IA)
    • Financial Services – John Hague (Chicago)
    • Gaming – Keith Stoneburner (Duluth, MN) and Bill Woodworth (San Diego)
    • Health Care – Dan Vandenberghe (Minneapolis)
    • Industrial Products – Karen Kurek (Chicago)
    • Insurance – Jim Greisch (Omaha)
    • Not-for-Profit – Bob Billig (Baltimore)
    • Private Clubs – Phil Newman (Fort Lauderdale)
    • Real Estate – Rick Edelheit (Chicago)
    • Specialty Finance – Morris Marshburn (Raleigh, NC)
    • State, Local Government and Education – Pat Hagan (Chicago)

    I don't know why Gaming is currently being split between Stoneburner and Woodworth, but let's hope that Joe Adams makes them battle it out while wearing giant sumo wrestler suits for the supreme Mickey G's gaming industry leader. My money is on Stoneburner. I don't how you bet against a guy whose ancestors set rocks on fire.

    [via McGladrey]

    • phil

      The one lady Kurek, must be 58. How is she now just making partner, doesn’t she have to retire in 2 years?

      • pdub-a-dub-dub

        you idiot, she’s been at McG for 9 years, and prior to that, she was at AA as a partner

      • The Horniest Partner

        These aren’t new partners. It is just an attempt by B4 wannabe firms to have titles like the B4 and give some street cred to these partners. It is all just branding – no real substance.

    • Ghhh

      Ridiculous report!!!

    • BKGreed

      “Private Clubs”? = strip clubs or what? I want on those audits!

    • Ira B.

      Whatever, these people still have to try and make a difference and impact these verticals in a firm that really isn’t a firm. It is 80 separate accounting practices with a common name…nothing more. Any increased success in these areas is purely through chance…there is no direction with McRearender.