BKD Makes Promotions, Hires

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BKD has promoted Bryan Callahan (pictured) to director of the firm's Big Data & Analytics practice. In addition to being a CPA, he holds the Certified in Financial Forensics certification from the American Institute of CPAs and is a Certified Valuation Analyst and Certified Fraud Examiner. Callahan is a summa cum laude graduate of Valparaiso University, with a B.S. degree in accounting and management.

Andrew Kolb (pictured) and Will Lagunas have been promoted to senior associate in the Indianapolis office. Kolb is a graduate of Marian University, Indianapolis,with a B.S. degree in accounting, finance and management. Lagunas is a graduate of Ball State University, with a B.A. degree in accounting and financial analysis.

Sarah Wuestefeld has been named managing consultant. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting & Finance from Marian University.

The firm has also hired Ramses Aguayo and Ethan Morris as tax associates. Aguayo has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Morris has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, Finance and International Studies from IUPUI.

Lisa Bays has been added to the Wealth Advisors Client Services team in the Indianapolis office. She has a Master’s degree from Butler University.

Laura Merry has been hired as part of the Administrative Staff in the Bloomington office. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Administration from Indiana State University.

The firm has also hired Katelyn Secor and Jonathan Starr as audit associates. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Purdue University. Starr has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Ball State University.

Also, the Indianapolis office is hosting a Secondee from ShineWing Australia for the audit team. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Kalyvas has a bachelor degree in accounting and finance from Monash University in Clayton, Melbourne, Australia.

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