Aaron Cancienne is an audit director in New Orleans. He joined the firm in 2008. Aaron works with a wide range of clients from large, public companies to small, private operations providing audit and assurance services in various industries, including construction, oilfield services, employee benefit plans, non-profit organizations, investment companies and others.


Rodney Combs is an audit director in Baton Rouge. He joined P&N in 2004. Rodney’s experience includes performing and supervising audits for governmental entities, non-profit organizations, financial institutions and other clients.


Keith Crews is a tax director in Baton Rouge. He has been with P&N since 2008. Keith's experience is in tax planning and compliance for a diverse set of clients across multiple industries. He works with partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, trusts, and estates, as well as individuals.


Jon LeBlanc is a tax director in Baton Rouge. He joined the firm in 2002 as an intern. Jon's focus areas include the non-profit and healthcare industries. He has experience in providing tax planning and compliance services for foundations, individuals, corporations, partnerships and trusts.


Tommy Naquin is an audit director in Baton Rouge. He joined the firm in 2007. Tommy’s experience is focused on providing assurance services for credit unions and governmental entities, including school boards, sheriff’s offices, state agencies and others.


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