Foodman CPAs hires director of anti-money laundering compliance; two firms celebrate a professional making the Houston Women Who Mean Business list; and more personnel news.
Isabelle Wheeler was hired as director of anti-money laundering compliance at Foodman CPAs and Advisors, Miami.
Jaime Noland, manager in the accounting and auditing group at Skoda Minotti, Tampa, was selected by the Florida Gulf Coast chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors to participate in the NEXGEN leadership training program class of 2020.
Sandi Cox was hired as director of QSR system and process integration at Mize Houser & Co., Topeka. Cox is responsible for the leadership and management of the firm's technology initiatives including upgrading Mize Houser’s web tools for accounting and payroll service for clients; implementation of robotic process automation projects for restaurant clients; and leading future initiatives such as custom dashboards to provide clients with real-time visual information to monitor their restaurants’ financial and operational performance.
Joe Johnston was hired as a tax director of the Louisville tax practice at Dean Dorton.
Shauna Woody-Coussens was appointed national leader for the public sector advisory services division at BKD CPAs & Advisors, Springfield.
Allen Wilen, national practice leader for the financial advisory services team at EisnerAmper, New York, completed the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy’s Global Insolvency Practice course, earning the designation of INSOL Fellow.
Danielle Supkis Cheek, director at PKF Texas, Houston, was named to the Houston Business Journal’s 2019 Women Who Mean Business list.
Amanda Beabout, audit senior manager in the Houston office of Skoda Minotti, was named president-elect of the Bauer College Alumni Board of Directors.
Celina Cereceres, partner-in-charge in the public sector group at Whitley Penn, Houston, was named to the Houston Business Journal’s 2019 Women Who Mean Business list.
Gray Coyner and Timothy Wilson were named principals at Thompson Greenspon, Fairfax.
Nearly 70 percent of organizations that have furloughed or laid off their employees during the novel coronavirus pandemic plan to back-fill the roles that were eliminated with other employees taking over.