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Gelman, Rosenberg and Freedman Welcomes New Staff
Aug 27, 2012
Our firm is pleased to welcome 5 new staff auditors and a financial analyst to Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s professional services team:
Patrick Casey was recently hired as a staff auditor. Patrick received a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Salisbury University. Patrick has lived in six different states across the country, due to the fact that his father was in the Coast Guard. He has lived in Miami, Florida, Bar Harbor Maine, Annapolis, Maryland, Seattle, Washington, Westhampton Beach, New York and Ocean City, Maryland.
Faith Kunda is a new nonprofit audit staffer. Faith holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Maryland. Faith celebrates her birthday in a different state each year with friends. She has been to seven states so far in her eight years since moving to America. For her next birthday, Faith would like to celebrate in a southern state, but has yet to decide on a place.
Christopher Smith recently joined Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman as a staff auditor. Chris earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Towson University. Chris is preparing to become a certified personal trainer but he insists he will only do this after becoming a certified public accountant.
Carly Stallard joined Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman as a financial analyst in August 2012. She holds a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration with a concentration in corporate finance from Salisbury University. Carly enjoys running and recently took up golf.
Christopher Szczenski is a new staffer to the nonprofit audit team. Chris received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from St. Joseph’s University. Growing up, Chris had a strong passion for playing the saxophone and guitar, later joining the symphonic orchestra, jazz band, and pep band in high school. Today, Chris still enjoys playing the saxophone and guitar in his free time.
Alexander Wilkins was recently hired as a staff auditor. Alex received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Susquehanna University. Aside from his interest in accounting, Alex is currently pursuing his private pilot’s license. He has completed 14 of the 20 hours needed to fly solo in a single engine Cessna.