IPA 200 firm GRF CPAs & Advisors (FY20 net revenue of $29.7 million) of Bethesda, Md., has admitted the following four professionals to its partnership:
- Lindsay Dean is a 17-year veteran of GRF and works extensively with non-profit organizations, particularly charitable organizations. She also has an array of international clients and frequently travels throughout Africa and Europe to perform field audits.
- Tricia Katebini has more than 14 years of public accounting experience, managing non-profit financial audits for associations, non-profit health care, international non-governmental organizations, and arts and culture organizations.
- Max Manley has been with GRF for more than 10 years, specializing in serving international humanitarian aid organizations and acting as one of the firm’s leading members of the international non-governmental organization auditing practice.
- Melissa Musser joined GRF in 2018 to establish the firm’s risk and advisory services practice and has served as principal and director of the service line for the past three years. She has more than two decades of experience and is a frequent speaker on internal audit and risk management topics.
“We are thrilled to promote these leaders and recognize their achievements in performance excellence, client service and in the community,” says president and MP Jackie Cardello. “These well-deserved appointments also underscore our commitment to cultivating leadership and fostering growth opportunities for all our staff at GRF.”