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  • Levine, Jacobs & Company, LLC, is proud to announce that Charles “Charlie” Mitros has passed the CPA exam. Mitros was recently promoted from Staff Accountant to Supervisor at the firm. In this role, he oversees, guides, and trains accounting staff, provides the firm leadership with innovative ideas to augment the firms procedures and efficiencies, as well as serves as the first line of evaluation before work is sent to a partner for final review.
  • Prager Metis CPAs is very proud to announce that Lori A. Roth has been named Managing Partner for the Northeast Region of Prager Metis effective June 5, 2019. Prager Metis has combined the New York and the Mid-Atlantic Regions to form the new Northeast Region. As Managing Partner for the Northeast Region, Ms. Roth provides leadership and guidance to partners and team members. Prior to this new role, Ms. Roth was the Managing Partner of the Mid-Atlantic Region, which she has grown tremendously in the last four years.
  • Prager Metis CPAsrecently partnered with renowned dress designer Jovani in sponsoring a Designer Pop-Up Shop fundraiser and Sponsor a Girl for Prom initiative. The collaboration raised over $10,000 which will benefit the efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association in providing support programs for those affected by this disease, and their continued research in finding a cure for those affected. In addition to the funds raised for Alzheimer’s Association, the event also provided designer prom dresses for five academically outstanding young ladies from low income families who could not otherwise afford a dress of their dreams. Jovani, a premier designer of evening and wedding gowns and formal prom dresses, donated the dresses for the Sponsor a Girl for Prom initiative in addition to the private viewing and sale of their designer line of dresses which were available for purchase by Pop-Up Shop attendees.