The Partners of KatzAbosch are proud to announce that Arlene Thayer, AAAMP has been promoted to Executive Vice President.
Arlene has been with the Firm for 11 years and is the Chief Operating Officer working mostly with the Shareholders and Department Heads on running the Firm as a strategic administrator. Arlene oversees office management, business development, marketing, human resources, information technology, and internal accounting associates. Arlene will continue to direct the operations of the Firm. In her new role as Executive Vice President, Arlene will be in charge of developing and executing a strategic growth plan for the Firm. Arlene earned her B.A. from the University of Delaware and is a member of the Association for Accounting Administration, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM), and The Center Club's Women's Leadership Committee.
Arlene is also a member of Network 2000, a nonprofit whose mission is to provide advancement of women in professional and executive positions. Arlene is 1 of 85 elite members who are leaders in Baltimore's business community, including judges, bank presidents, corporate COOs and CFOs, hospital CEOs, law firm partners, two publishing executives, as well as many successful entrepreneurs. She has also been recognized as one of Maryland's Top 100 Women by The Daily Record.
About the Firm
Founded in 1969, KatzAbosch is one of the largest CPA and business consulting services in the Mid-Atlantic region. As a Maryland accounting firm, our mission is to provide the highest quality accounting, tax, financial and management consulting services to our regional clients. We understand the needs and challenges of our clients and we have made it our obligation to create, grow and protect asset value. KatzAbosch is consistently named a Best Accounting Firm to Work For in Accounting Today and as one of the Top Workplaces in The Baltimore Sun. Our firm is also ranked among the Top 15 Largest Accounting Firms in the Baltimore Area by the Baltimore Business Journal.