AICPA 2009 Leadership Academy Participants


Editor's note: Also see "Inaugural Leadership Academy Helps Participants Hone Skills for the Future," Sept. 09.

Noel Abdur Rahim, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Mich.

Chad Becnel, Postlethwaite & Netterville, La.

Gregory Bedard, Prudential Financial, N.J.

Doshan Coilton, Macias Gini & O’Connell, Calif.

Daniel Dehner, Durkin Forensic Inc., Calif.

Andrew Dumich, William Dumich, CPA, Ill.

Stephanie Dunn, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Ind.

Ben Ellingson, Eide Bailly LLP, S.D.

Lauren Foster, Wayne County Airport Authority, Mich.

Laura Groppoli, Virchow, Krause & Co. LLP, Minn.

April Gunn, Auditor of Public Accounts, Va.

Allison Harrell, Thomas Howell Ferguson PA, Fla.

Steven Harris, RubinBrown LLP, Mo.

Ebonie Hughey, Owens Corning Formular, Ill.

Michael Kassouf, L. Paul Kassouf & Co. PC, Ala.

Nicole Morris, Champlain College, Vt.

Maximo Mukelabai, Maximo Mukelabai, CPA, N.C.

Briana Mullenax, Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain PC, Tenn.

Justin O’Horo, WithumSmith+Brown PC, N.J.

Brenda Samaniego, White + Samaniego + Campbell LLP, Texas

Donny Shimamoto, Intraprise Techknowlogies LLC, Hawaii

Amy Smith, HeimLantz PC, Md.

Craig Steinhoff, Hill, Barth & King LLC, Ohio

Nichole Van Pelt, Caturano and Co. PC, Mass.

Steven Voynich Jr., Robinson, Grimes & Co. PC, Ga.

Randy Watkins, Watkins & Schommer Inc., Colo.

Tawnya Zimmerman, BRC Investment Management LLC, Colo.

 

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