July 2, 2012
For Immediate Release
Cassady Schiller Hires Two New Employees
CINCINNATI, OHIO – July 2, 2012 – Cassady Schiller, a CPA and Advisory firm located in Blue Ash, has recently hired two new employees. The new hires grow Cassady Schiller’s team and offerings.
Tina Koesters has been hired as a receptionist at Cassady Schiller. Within this role, she will be the first line of client service, as well as the director of first impressions for the firm. Koesters comes to Cassady Schiller with over 20 years of experience in the administrative support area. This background has helped Koesters make an easy transition into her current position with Cassady Schiller.
“We are excited to welcome Tina to our team. She will be a strong asset when communicating with our clients in a professional, timely and responsive manner,” says Bob Schiller, Managing Partner at Cassady Schiller.
Sarah Kubala, CPA, a recent tax manager hire at Cassady Schiller, will be responsible for managing client relationships, specifically in the area of taxation. She will serve both business and individual clients. Kubala has over seven years of public accounting experience in both “Big 4” and local firms. Along with her public accounting experience, Kubala has extensive experience in corporate and individual taxation. She is a Thomas More College graduate.
“Sarah brings significant experience to our client service team. As tax manager, she will work closely with business and personal clients. We are confident that Sarah will be a great addition to Cassady Schiller, helping us continue to provide our clients with timely, attentive service,” says Brian Stautberg, Director of Tax at Cassady Schiller.
Cassady Schiller, established in 1990, is a team of more than 40 professionals dedicated to building relationships with their clients. Providing consulting, tax and accounting services in Cincinnati, Cassady Schiller also offers financial services, business valuations, merger and acquisitions, due diligence, family business planning and management consulting.