Holman Frenia Allison, P.C., a leading mid-sized public accounting firm (www.hfacpas.com), today announced the appointment of Lauren Holman, CPA as Principal. Holman will be responsible for keeping the firm up to date with FASB standards. “I will make certain that all of our FASB reports have the required information and disclosures. This position will increase the quality of the product that we deliver to our clients” stated Lauren.
Bob Allison, Vice President and quality control committee chair, mentioned “taking on this new role will require some restructuring within the firm, however we have talented members of our staff ready to step up and we are confident that this transition will aid in the success of our clients”. “This promotion along with the ability to provide additional cross-training to our staff is exactly what our millennials request of us as leaders and we are happy to provide these types of opportunities” said Kevin Frenia, Vice President.
“Lauren’s experience as the firms non-profit practice leader and a proven track record for successfully leading large scale initiatives and driving innovation, make Lauren well suited to lead the firms continued expansion efforts as well as drive the focus of quality” says Frank Holman, President. Mrs. Holman brings more than 15 years of experience as Certified Public Accountant and Public School Accountant. She services the majority of the firm’s non-profit clients as well as partaking in the firms personnel committee and staff engagement committee (The Fun Club). Lauren graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with a B.A. in Government and Business Administration. She then went on to receive her Masters of Accountancy from the University of Virginia.
The firm, established in 1996, has now grown to seven office locations and more than 75 employees. Holman Frenia Allison, P.C. is a public accounting firm offering tax, audit, accounting and consulting solutions to individual, companies, not for profit and governmental entities located in the tri-state area. For more information, please contact Rachel Anevski, of Matters of Management.