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]

Related article:

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

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.

Related articles

Firm That Calls Itself the ‘Construction CPAs’ Did Not Make the List of the Top 50 Construction Accounting Firms

Up until last year, there hadn’t been an actual ranking of the best independent construction accounting firms. But trade magazine Construction Executive is into that sort of thing, I guess. For its latest report, which of course has a pandemic-related theme, Construction Executive used an algorithm that weighed seven factors in descending order of importance […]