PwC US Announces 18 Partner Promotions in San Francisco and Silicon Valley Offices

New York-based PwC US (FY14 gross revenue of $11.7 billion) admitted 18 professionals based in the Bay Area into the firm’s partnership, effective July 1. Of the 18, five are based in the San Francisco office and 13 are based in San Jose.

In welcoming the new partners and principals, PwC San Francisco managing partner Jim Henry said, “These 18 professionals are great examples of what it means to be a leader at PwC, and we congratulate them on achieving this important milestone in their careers. I am confident that their depth and breadth of experience will further enhance the overall services we provide for our new and existing clients.”

“On behalf of the Silicon Valley office, I am happy to welcome these dynamic individuals into PwC’s partnership,” said Amity Millhiser, MP of PwC’s Silicon Valley market. “These new partners and principals understand our clients’ key business issues and have the passion and enthusiasm to help them solve important problems, all while maintaining a focus on our people and the qualities that make PwC distinctive.”

The names of the professionals and their lines of service are as follows:

  • Adrien Cotta: tax principal
  • Nicole Culp: tax partner
  • Dallas Dolen: tax principal
  • Daniela Ielceanu: tax principal
  • Morris Jones: assurance partner
  • Abhijit Joshi: advisory principal
  • Steve Mack: assurance partner
  • Alison Millar: advisory principal
  • Monica Nayar: assurance partner
  • Brian O’Cuiv: tax partner
  • David Pardes: tax partner
  • Shebani Patel: tax principal
  • Sara Putnam: advisory partner
  • Ninos Sarkis: assurance partner
  • Christopher Stephens: assurance partner
  • Ying Tian: tax partner
  • Dirk Tissera: assurance partner
  • Leland Yee: tax principal

The new partners and principals in the Bay Area are among 201 professionals admitted to the US partnership, representing all PwC service lines. The number includes 63 new partners in advisory and consulting, 82 in audit and assurance and 56 in tax. The new admissions bring PwC’s US partnership to approximately 3,100 men and women.