Chicago-based Grant Thornton (FY18 net revenue of $1.87 billion) has admitted 42 new partners and principals, and promoted 39 to managing director.
“Providing our clients with distinctive service, quality results and innovative thinking is what makes Grant Thornton stand out among professional services firms, and we’re proud to count these dynamic new leaders as an important part of our team,” says Bradley Preber, interim CEO of Grant Thornton.
By service line, advisory accounted for the largest number of promotions (43%), followed by tax (28%), audit (25%), and internal client services (4%).
The newly admitted partners are:
- Danny Allustiarti, audit, San Jose, Calif.
- Melissa Black, tax, Chicago
- Eddie Demosthenes, audit, Phoenix
- Adam Erickson, audit, Minneapolis
- Bob Forchetti, audit, Philadelphia
- Laura Frei, audit, Dallas
- George Geyer, audit, Philadelphia
- Jeremy Goss, audit, New York
- Jon Haugeberg, tax, Chicago
- Hunter Jackson, audit, Charlotte, N.C.
- Carl Kenyon, tax, Houston
- Dan Lynes, tax, New York
- Patrick McAuley, advisory, Charlotte, N.C.
- Brandan McGaughey, audit, Houston
- Russell Norris, tax, Charlotte, N.C.
- Jared Novotny, tax, Minneapolis
- Shalin Pathak, audit, Chicago
- Jason Pizza, advisory, Chicago
- Peter Poulos, tax, Chicago
- Steven Propester, audit, Oklahoma City
- Frank Russo, tax, New York
- Chris Sheehy, audit, Dallas
- Angie Sosa, tax, Reno, Nev.
- Bryan Walker, advisory, San Francisco
- Edward Weaver, tax, Chicago
- Stacey Whitfield, audit, Columbia, S.C.