RSM US Adds 68 New Partners and Principals

Oct. 1 was a big day for the denizens of RSM US, as 68 new partners and principals were released into the wild.

This year’s class of new partners and principals at the firm formerly known as McGladrey is by far the largest in the past eight years:

  • 2018: 68 (RSM)
  • 2017: 39 (RSM)
  • 2016: 59 (RSM)
  • 2015: 56 (McGladrey)
  • 2014: 40 (McGladrey)
  • 2013: 35 (McGladrey)
  • 2012: 24 (McGladrey)
  • 2011: 25 (McGladrey)
  • 2010: 21 (McGladrey)

Among RSM’s three services lines, audit had the most promotions (44%), followed by tax (32%) and consulting (24%).

By our count, 31% of the new partner/principal class are women.

Here are the 68 men and women who earned their stripes (name, industry/industries, service line, location):

  • Todd Albaugh; Business and Professional Services, Real Estate; Audit; Anchorage, Alaska
  • Michael Bahnick, Financial Services, Audit, Chicago
  • Charles Barley Jr.; Business and Professional Services, Financial Services; Consulting; McLean, Va.
  • Michael Bass; Consumer Products, Health Care; Tax; Peoria, Ill.
  • Chris Boettger; Business and Professional Services, Industrial Products; Audit; Chicago
  • Ryan Bosworth, Health Care, Consulting, Dallas
  • Charles Britt; Financial Services, Industrial Products; Tax; Raleigh, N.C.
  • Robert Casillo; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Blue Bell, Pa.
  • Richard Cooper; Life Sciences, Technology; Tax; Boston
  • JuliAn Coy; Technology, Consumer Products; Consulting; Seattle
  • Joseph Dashuta, Financial Services, Audit, New York
  • Seth Derevensky; Business and Professional Services, Consumer Products; Consulting; West Palm Beach, Fla.
  • Anthony Donoghue, Financial Services, Audit, Toronto
  • Ron Draganowski Jr.; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Consulting; Minneapolis
  • Robert Dunn; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Phoenix
  • Drew Faries; Nonprofit, State and Local Government; Consulting; Peoria, Ill.
  • Kevin Fincher, Tax, Austin, Texas
  • Corey Fishel; Financial Services, Industrial Products; Audit; Sioux Falls, S.D.
  • Phyllis Gannon; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Tax; Chicago
  • Thomas Gavlin III, Real Estate, Audit, Chicago
  • Matt Gill, Financial Services, Consulting, Chicago
  • Michael Graber; Business and Professional Services, Industrial Products; Tax; Kansas City
  • Jessica Hartman; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Cleveland
  • Scott Hermanson; Technology, Financial Services; Consulting; Mason City, Iowa
  • Geoff Hopkins; Business and Professional Services, Nonprofit; Consulting; Blue Bell, Pa.
  • Ahuva Indig, Financial Services, Tax, New York
  • Doug Jenen, Financial Services, Tax, Chicago
  • Kathryn Johnson; Financial Services, Real Estate; Audit; San Francisco
  • Lynne Johnson, Nonprofit, Tax, Boston
  • Steve Kampa, Business and Professional Services, Tax, Minneapolis
  • Amy Kasden; Financial Services, Life Sciences; Tax; Boston
  • Eli Kemmerer; Technology, Business and Professional Services; Consulting; Baltimore
  • Alice Khosravy, Health Care, Consulting, Tampa, Fla.
  • April King; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Minneapolis
  • Jamie Klenieski; Financial Services, Consumer Products; Audit; Blue Bell, Pa.
  • Scott Krowczyk, Financial Services, Tax – WM, Rockford, Ill.
  • Anil Kurian, Financial Services, Audit, Stamford, Conn.
  • Chris Kutac, Tax, Houston
  • Nick Larabee; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Rockford, Ill.
  • John Lee, Tax, Toronto
  • Adam Lohr; Technology, Consumer Products; Audit; San Diego
  • Steven Marsden, Financial Services, Audit, San Francisco
  • Kristin McLaughlin, Industrial Products, Audit, Detroit
  • Matthew Mejia; Financial Services, Real Estate; Audit; Irvine, Calif.
  • Monica Meunier; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Boston
  • Dan Mohrbacher, Financial Services, Audit, Denver
  • Dan Peltz; Health Care, Industrial Products; Consulting; West Palm Beach, Fla.
  • Kimberly Perry, Financial Services, Audit, Chicago
  • Danielle Preston; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Blue Bell, Pa.
  • Wayne Reesman; Business and Professional Services, Industrial Products; Tax; McLean, Va.
  • Paul Romano, Gaming, Audit, Duluth, Minn.
  • Bobby Rooney, Business and Professional Services, Consulting, Chicago
  • Benjamin Shappell; Industrial Products, Technology; Audit; San Francisco
  • Eric Sherrier; Industrial Products, Consumer Products; Audit; Chicago
  • Tony Spano, Financial Services, Tax – WM, Gaithersburg, Md.
  • James Stanton; Technology, Life Sciences; Consulting; Boston
  • Theresa Urband; Industrial Products, Financial Services; Tax; New York
  • Amy Valentine; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Tax; Minneapolis
  • Michelle Wagner; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Tax; Minneapolis
  • Rainy Walker; Business and Professional Services, Industrial Products; Tax; Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Chris Wetmore; Private Equity, Life Sciences; Consulting; Boston
  • Kylie Whitecotton; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Des Moines, Iowa
  • Lenka Wiles; Business and Professional Services, Industrial Products; Audit; New York
  • David Winslow, Financial Services, Tax – WM, Charlotte, N.C.
  • Melissa Wofford; Consumer Products, Technology; Tax; Dallas
  • Dan Yaceczko; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Consulting; Cleveland
  • John Zalud; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Indianapolis
  • Crystal Zhang; Consumer Products, Industrial Products; Audit; Columbus, Ohio

Congratulations to RSM’s class of 2018. If you know one or more of these newly minted partners and/or principals, buy ’em a round or two.

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