Brianne Rachmiel, CFE, CPA, PSA
Brianne is an Assurance Manager with over five years of experience in public accounting focusing on serving clients in the firm’s Not-for-Profit group, performing audits, reviews, compilations, tax, and consulting services. She possesses considerable not-for-profit auditing experience with associations, foundations, advocacy organizations, social and legal services, healthcare entities, and private schools.
As a Manager, Brianne’s day-to-day responsibilities include managing an engagement team from initial client contact through report finalization, supervising and training staff, communicating with clients, and identifying, researching, and resolving accounting and auditing issues encountered on an engagement.
Brianne takes pride in building strong client relationships through excellent client service and takes an active role in being a mentor for the staff associates as they navigate through their career progression.
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
The College of New Jersey
Certified Public Accountant
Licensed Public School Accountant
Certified Fraud Examiner
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Outside of the office, Brianne enjoys spending time with her family and friends and engaging in various recreational activities such as skiing, running, hiking, and bowling. She is an active member of a local New Jersey ski club and spends a considerable amount of her time in Vermont during the winter. She also has a love for puzzles, board games and trivia, as well as a knack for memorizing numerous digits of Pi, for fun!
Which book, movie or podcast left a lasting impression on you? Why?
I always find it a tough question to answer what your favorite book or movie is as there are just way too many good ones! But a few stand out as having left a lasting impression throughout my life.
One of those is the movie A League of Their Own. I’ve re-watched that movie too many times to count. Sure, it’s about baseball, but I’ve always loved the spirit of the characters and their perseverance in doing what they love despite adversity and people thinking they couldn’t. It’s one of those uplifting tales of overcoming the odds and it moves me every time I watch it (and makes me laugh and say see, the bickering between my sister and I is perfectly normal and rightly expected!). I strive to be as self-assured and confident in who I am and what I do every day.