RSM Indiana Makes Promotions

Posted: Updated:
Garrett Cannizzo and Michele Jurkaites Garrett Cannizzo and Michele Jurkaites

RSM Indiana has promoted: Mike Jaarda, Justin Audenaert, Michelle Hopke, Morgan Lavelle, Ryan Eberhardt, Chris Frankel, Zach Teney, Sammy Zhang, Andrew Renz, Neal Fennig, Morgan McGill, Peter Frankos, Alex Rejer and Ellen Weaver.

The firm also promoted:

Garrett Cannizzo

Assurance Senior Manager

Elkhart

John Fredlake

Tax Senior Director

South Bend

Michele Jurkaites

Assurance Senior Director

South Bend

Mark Matejka

Tax-CIM Senior Director

South Bend

Casey Dynako

Assurance Manager

Elkhart

Tyler Sims

Assurance Manager

Elkhart

Lauren Willis

Assurance Manager

South Bend

Derek Zook

Assurance Manager

Elkhart

Scott Hurlbert

Assurance Supervisor

South Bend

Megan May

Assurance Supervisor

Elkhart

Cory Wilson

Assurance Supervisor

Elkhart

Jessica Newell

Tax Supervisor

Elkhart

Andrew Lynch

Wealth Management Supervisor

South Bend

Sara Cruz

Assurance Senior Associate

Elkhart

Sarah Feasby

Assurance Senior Associate

Elkhart

Denise Easterday

Tax Senior Associate

Elkhart

Krystal Schrock

Tax Senior Associate

Elkhart

Jaymi Stoneburner

Tax Senior Associate

South Bend

Also, John Zalud has been promoted to audit services partner. He joined the firm in 2002 and has extensive knowledge and experience in manufacturing, distribution and service companies, specifically in the consumer products industries. He works in the firm’s securities and exchange commission practice and is experienced with Initial Public Offerings and internal audit engagements. Zalud is experienced in financial report writing and reviews of budgets and projections, valuation matters related to intangible assets and equity-based compensation plans, coordination and performance of group audits involving foreign subsidiaries with foreign auditors, and handling audit and accounting matters specific to private equity-owned companies.

He is a Certified Public Accountant with a Master of Science degree from the University of Illinois-Chicago and Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois-Chicago.

  • Perspectives

    • How to Find a New Audience After Hitting a Marketing Plateau

      It may sound like a marketer’s dream scenario: efforts have proven to be so successful it appears a company has completely saturated their target audience. While it may be a good problem to have, it still may be a problem. Hitting a marketing plateau is an opportunity for companies in any industry to reevaluate, re-energize and come to the table with new ideas for better understanding existing customers and engaging new audiences.

    More

Subscribe

Name:
Company Name:
Email:
Confirm Email:
HTML
INside Edge
Morning Briefing
BigWigs & New Gigs
Life Sciences Indiana
Indiana Connections
INPower
Subscribe
Unsubscribe

Events



  • Most Popular Stories

    • (image courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana)

      Crews Start Demolition of Carson's in Hammond

      The face of downtown retail in Hammond is changing once again with the demolition of Carson’s department store, the one-time the anchor of Woodmar Mall. Our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana report excavating crews have started to demolish the last vestige of the shopping center which stood since the 1950s. 

    • (image courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana)

      U.S. Steel Cuts Jobs, Low Price Imports Partially to Blame

      Pittsburgh-based U.S. Steel has announced it will idle its tin mill operations in East Chicago, affecting nearly 300 workers, half of which will lose their jobs. Our partners at The Times of Northwest Indiana report U.S. Steel blames the layoffs on the Del Monte food company which announced its own mass layoffs. 

    • Raytheon Awarded Military Contracts

      The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Raytheon Co. in Indianapolis multiple contracts, totaling approximately $96 million. The DoD is spending nearly $30 million on avionics systems testing and integration for the Navy and Air Force. 

    • Gas City Startup Helping Hemp Farmers

      Last month, it became legal for Hoosier farmers to grow hemp and a Gas City-based startup is being aggressive in being among the first to take advantage of market opportunities. Heartland Harvest Processing is helping farmers connect the new agricultural commodity to consumer products, including CBD. Founder and Chief Marketing Officer Chris Moorman says the first hemp harvest under the new law is expected to begin next month. In an interview with Business of Health...

    • Photo courtesy of the Honeywell Center

      Artist Residency Holds First Exhibition at Honeywell Center

      The Wabash International Artist Residency will feature two Hoosier artists in an exhibition from August through October at the Honeywell Center in Wabash. An opening reception showcasing still life ink drawings by Mary Ann Lawson and surrealistic oil paintings by Tom Colcord will take place August 11.