On the move: EisnerAmper names ESG director



Paul Kangail

Paul Kangail was hired as tax director in the financial services group at EisnerAmper, San Francisco.

Felix Jandoquile and Matt Lundgren were hired as tax managers at Lavine, Lofgren, Morris & Engelberg, San Diego.

Luanna Tang and David Yuan were promoted to partner at Seiler, Redwood City, where they have worked since 2007 and 2006, respectively.

Armanino, San Ramon, elected a record 24 new partners, of which 54% are women; in tax: Surbhi Bordia and Leena Gupta in San Jose, Pamela Huelsman in St. Louis, Bryce Johnson in Dallas, Connie Liu and Matt Petroski in San Ramon, Eugenie Ooi in Los Angeles, and Mike Mansour in Woodland Hills; in consulting: Sharon Bhalaru in Austin, Tom Brunton in Dallas, Sam Kashy in Naperville, John Kogan in San Jose, Matt Megargel in St. Louis, John Stewart in El Segundo; in audit: Emily Conley in St. Louis, Kathy Ferguson in Dallas, Milton Tse in San Jose, and Grace Williams in San Francisco; in risk assurance and advisory: Ryan Goodbary in San Francisco, Bianca Sarrach in St. Louis; in business management: Catherine Catherine and Crystal Do in Los Angeles and Susan Van in Dallas; and Noah Buxton in San Francisco.

Windes, Irvine, announced the Windes Scholars in STEM Education program, supporting Chapman University students, with students Jesse Smith and Cole Matsueda named awardees for the program’s inaugural year.

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