CliftonLarsonAllen Names New Partners
Top 10 Firm CliftonLarsonAllen has admitted seven new partners: Travis Chamberlain, Qasim Collidge, Jennifer Hammond, Elliott Leary, Jamey Rappis and Tim Reynolds.
Chamberlain and Dial are both in the firm's Indianapolis office, where Chamberlain focuses on valuation, forensic accounting and financial modeling services, and Dial focuses on business valuation engagements. Chamberlain, a CPA, holds the ABV, ASA and CFF credentials, and has an accounting degree from Ball State University. Also a graduate of Ball State and a CPA, Dial holds the ABV, ASA and CMEA designations.
In the Baltimore office, Collidge specializes in planning and managing audit engagements, and in providing acquisition accounting consulting, due diligence and purchase price accounting services. A CPA, he holds a Bachelor's in Accounting from Albright College.
Hammond and Leary work in the Washington, D.C., office, where Hammond specializes in reactive confidential investigations and pro-active risk management assessments. She holds a Bachelor's from the University of Baltimore, and a Master's from the University of Baltimore School of Business, and graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law. A former FBI special agent, Leary performs fraud and misconduct investigations and risk assessments.
In the Milwaukee office, Rappis leads the private tax consulting practice. He holds a Bachelor's from Notre Dame and a JD from Marquette University.
Reynolds works in the St Joseph, Mo., office, where he specializes in tax services for corporations, partnership and high-net-worth individuals. A CPA, he holds a Bachelor's from the University of Toledo.