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As a Manager, Brian performs and manages audits, reviews, compilations, and AUPs for commercial service and manufacturing and distribution organizations, and employee benefit plans. He strategically approaches current and future needs of his clients by gaining an in-depth understanding of their businesses and the key risk factors they face. Brian is a trusted business advisor who recommends creative solutions to complex client issues.

Additionally, Brian understands the importance of the development of less experienced accounting staff. He coaches, trains, develops, leads, and motivates junior audit staff to aid in their professional career growth.

Brian joined CSH in 2018.

CPA – State of Ohio
Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants
BSBA, Accounting, The Ohio State University

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CPA – State of Ohio

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Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

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BSBA, Accounting, The Ohio State University

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