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by Merrisa Milliner, Marketing & Communications Director, Doeren Mayhew
Houston CPA firm Doeren Mayhew has announced the promotion of 11 of its staff. Effective Oct. 1, 2013, our promoted Houston accountants assume new positions of senior managers, managers or senior associates.
Each staff member is being promoted within their designated service area and will take on added responsibilities, including increased engagement oversight and interaction with clients.
Houston accountants Jeremy Smith, CPA, Patti Walters, CPA, and Rebecca Ramirez, CPA, have been appointed senior managers, while Anita Oyler, CPA, and George Martin, CFE, have been promoted to managers. In these positions, they will leverage sound accounting and audit services to help clients improve controls, create efficiencies and simplify management’s day-to-day financial decisions.
Barbara Ashorn, CPA, joins the ranks of senior managers. Additionally, Tina Parmar, CPA, and Truc Vu, CPA, have been promoted to managers, while Chris Warren is now a senior associate. In our Tax Group, these professionals will provide innovative tax planning and accurate compliance assistance.
Sara Greenway, CPA, now a manager, and Tuan Vu, now a senior associate, in the International Tax Group, will assist companies with international tax services such as inbound and outbound tax issues, compliance, international restructuring to minimize global taxes and transfer pricing.
Yasmine Malik has been promoted to senior analyst. With Doeren Mayhew recently ranked number one among mergers and acquisitions firms in the nation by INSIDE Public Accounting, our M&A team offers a comprehensive solution to help navigate the complexities of selling a business or achieving growth through acquisitions.
For more information, contact our Houston CPA firm.
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