Promotion Watch ’19: Plante Moran Admits 16 New Partners

The firm that prides itself on having a jerk-free environment has leveled up 16 lucky boys and girls, in one of the largest new partner classes at Plante Moran in recent years.

Let’s take a closer look at this year’s class by the numbers:

  • 5: The number of new partners who are based in Chicago, the most of any location, followed by three in Southfield, MI, and two in Denver.
  • 4: The number of new partners who are women, or 25% of the class.
  • 3: The number of new partners who have a last name that begins with K.

Here are the 16 new partners at Plante Moran:

  • Trevor Brown, Denver
  • Ken Buczkowski, Chicago
  • Jeannette Contreraz, Auburn Hills, MI
  • John Fritz, Chicago
  • Theresa Greenway, Flint, MI
  • Matthew Kelly, Kalamazoo, MI
  • Jack Kristan, Southfield, MI
  • Michael Krucker, Detroit
  • Melissa Lynch, Chicago
  • Kyle Manny, Chicago
  • Jason Rees, Columbus, OH
  • Jesse Richardson, Grand Rapids, MI
  • Steve Schnepel, Denver
  • David Stahl, Southfield, MI
  • Brad Walters, Chicago
  • Alisha Watkins, Southfield, MI

And let’s give a cookie to new entity member Joe Wagner, who leads P&M Corporate Finance’s industrial distribution investment banking practice and co-leads the firm’s diversified industrials team.

Congrats to Wagner and the new PM partners. Hopefully y’all got balloons dropped in your honor.

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