Barnes Wendling Names New President

Cleveland-based IPA 300 firm Barnes Wendling (FY22 net revenue of $16.3 million) announces Rosemary Rehner as the firm’s first female president, effective July 1.

She succeeds Jeffrey Neuman, who has served as president since 2000. Rehner joined Barnes Wendling in 2007 and currently serves as a director in the accounting and assurance services department. As the firm’s new president, Rehner will lead a team of 14 directors and a staff of 85 across several locations.

“I am honored to begin my new role at Barnes Wendling and excited to lead our team,” said Rehner. “Our firm’s success is due to the contributions of all our team members, and I look forward to continuing our focus on a culture of collaboration,” she added. Neuman will continue with Barnes Wendling as a director and client service executive.


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