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Armanino LLP has welcomed long time industry leaders Theresa Brown, Ricardo Martinez and Jeremy Sucharski as partners of the firm

"We are pleased to see Theresa, Ricardo and Jeremy promoted to partner and I join the rest of the partners in congratulating them on this milestone," said Andy Armanino, Managing Partner. "By being ranked as one of the fastest growing firms by Inside Public Accounting, we have had the advantage of being able to grow our leadership in-house and promote from within."

Theresa Brown

Brown, who has been with Armanino since 2005, has more than 25 years of experience in management consulting and accounting leadership roles and over 15 years of experience implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP and is a Microsoft Dynamics GP Certified Master, Microsoft Dynamics Certified Trainer and sits on the Microsoft Product Partner Advisory Board. Prior to moving up to partner, Brown served as a senior manager and director.

Ricardo Martinez

Martinez, a member of the Armanino team since 2010, has over 15 years of experience conducting audit and advisory services, including a career-long focus on technical accounting. He serves on Armanino's Technical Committee, which guides the firm's technical accounting and auditing practices. Companies who have relied on Martinez include iPass, Wireless Facilities, Inc., Alien Technology Corp. and Delta Dental of California. Prior to being named partner, Martinez served as a senior manager and director.

Jeremy Sucharski

Sucharski has been with Armanino since 2004 and has over 12 years of experience delivering financial and IT assurance services in a variety of industries including software, manufacturing and consumer and packaged goods. As the Governance, Risk and Compliance practice leader, he focuses the team on delivery of service that balances the cost compliance with the value it adds to a client's organization. He is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and has served clients including Veeva Systems, Marketo, SuccessFactors, Delta Dental and Central Garden and Pet. Sucharski was an IT senior consultant, manager and director prior to his promotion to partner.

"We look forward to many more great years of leadership and excellence from Theresa, Ricardo and Jeremy," said Armanino. "All three of them have served on our management advisory board, shaping the direction of the firm, and have been anchored fixtures of Armanino's culture."

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