Cincinnati-based Clark Schaefer Hackett (CSH) (FY16 net revenue of $64.6 million) announced that the partners have elected Kerry Roe as the firm’s next president, starting in July 2017.
Roe, who has been with CSH for 22 years, has led the firm’s government services group and also served as the firm’s executive vice president for seven years. He began his career as an auditor for the state of Ohio.
“I am humbled by my fellow shareholders’ confidence in choosing me as their next president,” says Roe. “I am excited to lead a talented team of nearly 400 individuals in bettering the lives of our clients, our people and our communities. We will continue to provide the trust, vision, guidance and outcomes needed by our clients as they face very diverse business challenges and opportunities.”
Carl Coburn has been the firm’s president since 2008 and will maintain that role through July 2017. Coburn will remain at CSH, serving clients and offering support to the officers, as well as continuing his involvement in the leadership of the AGN–North America Executive Committee.
Clark Schaefer Hackett also announced that Doug Michel has been elected as an executive vice president. In addition to Michel’s involvement in several practice areas over his 29 years with CSH, he has led the firm’s focus on recruitment, orientation and retention of staff.