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Bader Martin Adds New Principals and Expands Its Professional Staff
Seattle, WA—February 4, 2009—Seattle-based CPA firm Bader Martin, PS, has added new principals and expanded its professional staff.
New Principal Bradley Berg, CPA
has joined Bader Martin as a principal in the firm’s accounting and assurance practice. He is also a member of the family and closely held business practice group.
Formerly an audit partner with the national firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Brad is one of a select number of practicing CPAs that also have extensive experience in private industry. His background includes senior finance positions with a number of venture-backed private and public companies. As a result of this experience, Brad provides Bader Martin’s clients with a very practical insight into their business operations and brings a unique understanding of their financial and business needs.
New Principal Mary Dickinson, CPA
has been promoted to principal in Bader Martin’s tax practice and its accounting and assurance practice. She is also a leader in the firm’s employee benefits practice group.
New Principal Susan Queary, MAcc, CPA
has been promoted to principal in the firm’s tax practice and leads theate planning practice. She is also a member of the high net worth practice group.
New Professional Staff
Rollie Garner, Macc, CPA, has joined Bader Martin as a manager in the firm’s tax practice. Other new members of the tax practice include seniors Adam Duale and Cindy Webster, CPA, and staff member Lana Thompson.
The firm has hired Kyle Stemmer and Jessica Hubly as staff members in the accounting and assurance practice, as well as new accounting technicians Sheri Mayer and Wendy Townson.
Bader Martin, PS is a nationally recognized CPA and business advisory firm. Ranked among the country’s best public accounting firms and best accounting firm employers, Bader Martin serves the needs of affluent individuals and families, closely held and family businesses, entrepreneurs and executives, professionals, and the not-for-profit community.