CapinCrouse Appoints Fran Brown as Managing Partner

Gregory B. Capin

Greenwood, Ind.-based CapinCrouse LLP (FY17 net revenue of $21.4 million), which specializes in serving nonprofit organizations, announces that Fran Brown has been appointed MP, effective Jan. 1.

Gregory B. Capin, partner, chairman, and interim CEO, will retire as a partner of the firm on Dec. 31. This strategic leadership transition positions the firm for future growth through a continued focus on its mission of serving organizations whose outcomes are measured in lives changed.

Brown, a partner and the attest professional practice leader, joined the firm in 2014. He has more than 30 years of in-depth experience providing audit and management consulting services to a variety of nonprofit entities, including colleges and universities. Brown is a frequent speaker at seminars, workshops and conferences, and serves as a board member of several nonprofit organizations.

Capin has been with CapinCrouse since 1979 when he joined the firm his father, Richard Capin, founded to serve mission-focused ministries. He will continue to serve as an advisor to the firm.

“I am honored and excited to be the next managing partner for CapinCrouse,” Brown said. “We have a talented and dedicated team of empowered professionals serving clients who are changing lives around the world every day, and I am looking forward to the future that God has in store for the firm.”

CapinCrouse was founded in 1972. Today, the firm serves more than 1,500 nonprofit organizations nationwide with a wide range of audit, review, tax, consulting and cybersecurity services.