Carl Douglas, corporate controller at Brazilian-based CCR Group; Mikael Hagström, senior vice president and chief financial officer at Dongfeng Commercial Vehicles in China; Bruce Mackenzie, managing partner of W Consulting International in South Africa; and Bonnie Van Etten, NAFTA chief accounting office at FCA US LLC in the U.S., have been reappointed to the IFRS Interpretations Committee for a second three-year term, starting July 1, 2017.
Andrew Majka was hired as senior manager in the healthcare industry group of BerryDunn, Portland.
Teresa Gordon, shareholder at Clayton & McKervey, Detroit, was appointed to the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce – Detroit (SACC) board.
Anthony Mirenda was appointed head of communications for the global organization International Federation of Accountants, New York.
Joseph Centofanti was hired as a partner in the government services division of PKF O’Connor Davies, New York.
Scott Saulino and Paul Becht were named partners at Margolin, Winer & Evens as part of a planned transition to a new generation of leadership. Saulino joined MWE in 2002 as an auditor and is a member of the real estate practice group, and Becht joins the firm from Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, where he was an audit partner for five years.
Dana Fried was hired as managing director of national tax services at CohnReznick, New York.
David Evans, regional managing partner of Dixon Hughes Goodman’s south region, Charlotte, was elected to the board of directors of the PhD Project, which helps minorities attain their PhD in all disciplines to become to business professors who will teach the next generation of leaders.
Laura Gitlin and Tracey Nguyen were hired as senior managing directors in the transaction services practice of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, Philadelphia.
Jonathan Marks, a forensic accountant and fraud strategist, was appointed partner in the advisory services division of Marcum LLP, Philadelphia.
Ed Offterdinger, executive managing partner of Baker Tilly, and his wife Donna were presented with the James L. Eichberg Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing individuals who have demonstrated dedication and commitment to the organization’s mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. They were honored at the 30th annual Leukemia Ball on March 11.