Moss Adams Admits 28 New Partners

Seattle-based Moss Adams (FY18 net revenue of $691 million) announced the admission of 28 new partners, spanning 15 of the firm’s 32 locations and numerous practices. Nearly 40% of the new partners are from underrepresented groups in accounting, including women and minorities, the firm says.

“We’ve built a great team at Moss Adams and we’re fortunate to have so many dedicated and talented professionals willing to help lead the firm,” says Chris Schmidt, chairman and CEO.

The new partners are:

  • Dustin Beeker, audit, Seattle
  • Nick Bergamo, compliance, Irvine, Calif.
  • Jon Borgardt, assurance, Campbell, Calif.
  • Wakako Byer, international tax, Seattle
  • Ryan Currie, tax, Houston
  • Jens Furbach, international tax, Portland, Ore.
  • Rachel Gieseke, tax, Yakima, Wash.
  • Alan Hartmann, audit, Dallas
  • Irma Hernandez, tax, Houston
  • David Kim, health care consulting, San Francisco
  • Eric Krienert, tax, Stockton, Calif.
  • Gretchen Lucas, tax, San Francisco
  • Vance McCollough, audit, Dallas
  • Gassen Mosbahi, accounting, San Francisco
  • Justin Neff, tax, Seattle
  • Ashley Osten, audit, Portland, Ore.
  • Kunaal Patel, tax compliance, Campbell, Calif.
  • Matthew Paye, audit, Campbell, Calif.
  • Alex Ratner, tax planning, Seattle
  • Travis Riley, tax, Sacramento, Calif.
  • James Rothenberger, corporate finance services, Seattle
  • Chris Skidmore, audit, Spokane, Wash.
  • Michael Spencer, assurance, Seattle
  • Amy Stillwell, tax, San Diego
  • Andrew Suen, investment banking, Irvine, Calif.
  • Aaron Tompkins, tax, Santa Rosa, Calif.
  • Marty Tschida, tax, Denver
  • Shad Winters, tax, Fresno, Calif. 

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