- As of June 1, Alan Whitman is officially Chairman and CEO of Baker Tilly. As CEO, Alan oversees all day-to-day operational management and strategic direction of the firm including the client service program, development of leadership and management platforms, and recruiting and retention efforts. Alan will be dedicated to driving the firm’s strategy of specialization and advancing Baker Tilly’s journey to become America’s Finest Professional Services Firm. His leadership will focus on the important areas of revered brand, collaboration, and celebrating our people. He has been a dynamic and innovative leader at Baker Tilly for over 12 years. “I am thrilled to be leading our nationally recognized firm with leading capabilities and professionals who are among the most influential in the accounting and advisory profession,” Alan said.
- With more than 20 years of experience working in state and local tax (SALT), Gary Peric will be responsible for expanding and overseeing the SALT practice in Baker Tilly’s national tax services group.
- Baker Tilly has announced the relocation of its current Southfield, Mich., office to a new and modern space in the 2000 Town Center Building, also in Southfield.
- Baker Tilly was recently recognized for its ongoing commitment to Hofstra University. Since 1999, Baker Tilly has awarded Baker Tilly/William J. Holtz and Paul Rubenstein Memorial Endowed Scholarships to two Hofstra accounting students every academic year.
- Baker Tilly Partner and current PICPA President Julius Green recently received an award for distinguished performance in management from Widener University’s School of Business Administration.
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