DHG appoints chief data officer; Eide Bailly elects board members; and more personnel news.
Baker Newman Noyes, Portland, promoted: Megan Elliott and Kelly Pelletier to manager in the tax practice; Mike Bailey to manager in the audit practice; Zachary Porter to manager in risk and business advisory; and Lisa Varela to associate director of tax operations.
Baker Newman Noyes, Boston, promoted, in the audit practice: Meredith Fuller (pictured) to senior manager; Maria Alemian and Sean Madden to manager; and in the tax practice: Doni Stoyanova to manager.
Barry Sussman was hired as a consulting director in the litigation and valuation practice at Blumshapiro, Boston.
Mueller Prost, St. Louis, promoted three to partner: Caty Beilsmith, senior manager, business services; and Stacy Campbell (pictured) and Joel Hundelt, both senior managers, tax services.
Baker Newman Noyes promoted in the Manchester office: Emily Antonico (pictured) to senior manager and Krystal Martin to manager, in the risk and business advisory practice; and Kory Reynolds to manager in the tax practice. In the Portsmouth office, the firm promoted Michael Casale to manager in the tax practice and Evan Dressel to manager in the health care advisory practice; and hired Jeffrey Rogers as a senior manager in the tax practice.
Michelle Gasiorowski (pictured) was elected to partner at Bowman & Co., Voorhes, where she has worked since 1999. The firm also promoted to manager: Christopher Brick, Alexander Davidson, Michael Thilker and Jie Yang.
Richard Higgins was named managing principal of the New Jersey office of McCarthy & Co., Beachwood.
Eric Kreuter, partner in the advisory service group at Marks Paneth, New York, was awarded the 2019 Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Hubbard Award for his contributions in the field of fraud investigation.
Amit Arya was hired as chief data officer at Dixon Hughes Goodman, where he will oversee the firm’s data and analytics strategy and provide guidance on enterprise data governance.
Eide Bailly, Fargo, named new board members, each to serve a three-year term: Jeremy Hauk, partner in Billings, was elected chair; Brian Callahan, partner in Denver, was re-elected to the board and elected vice chair; and Jody Daugherty, partner in Boise, was elected as a board member.
The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers and practitioners some extra time if they tried to file their returns on Sept. 15 through CCH Axcess, but were unable to do so because of a system outage.
The new product comes after Avalara bought Compli, which provides compliance services, technology and software to producers, distributors and importers of alcoholic beverages in the United States, last year.