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Brad has significant experience in public accounting. Brad’s primary responsibilities include managing the audit, review or compilation services for a wide array of companies. Brad has worked extensively within the Firm for the not-for-profit and employee benefit plan industries. As one of his areas of expertise, Brad has focused on auditing employee benefit plans where he’s gained significant experience co-managing the practice in the firm’s Columbus market. Brad works closely with clients to ensure that their audits are completed efficiently and effectively. Brad also has significant experience in assisting clients with navigating correction filings for compliance failures. This experience allows him to successfully work with clients to ensure that no problem is identified without a solution. Brad also has a passion to work with our not-for-profit clients. With his years of auditing experience, Brad can work with management teams to ensure they are complainant in financial reporting and that unexpected financial distractions will not hinder them accomplishing their mission. Brad has also been credential by the national association of certified valuation analysts (NACVA) and represents our business valuation practice in the Columbus market.

Certifications & Licensure

CPA – State of Ohio CVA – Certified Valuation Analyst

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts

Community Activities

Various church projects in his local community


BS, Accountancy and Business Management, Lipscomb University


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