Clark Schaefer Hackett (FY16 net revenue of $64.6 million) has admitted two team members to the partnership: David Coomer and Tiffany White. In addition, Kerry Roe, who was elected as new president last year, began serving in his new role July 1.
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. “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. He 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.
In addition, Doug Michel has been elected as an executive vice president. He has been involved in several practice areas over his 29 years with CSH, and has led the firm’s focus on recruitment, orientation and retention of staff.
Coomer specializes in serving clients operating outside the U.S., helping them to navigate the complex tax and financial reporting issues associated with international operations. In addition, he is part of the firm’s private equity group, where he provides buy-side due diligence and quality of earnings services to private equity funds, as well as assurance services to portfolio companies.
White has developed an expertise in employee benefit plan audits. She is a recognized leader of this practice in the Columbus area and is well versed in the complex area of ERISA compliance.
“One part of fulfilling our firm’s mission to better the lives of our clients, people and communities includes supporting the growth and development of our professionals. Our investment in our people is critical to our success on a firmwide and an individual level,” the firm announced.