Dugan & Lopatka welcomes three to firm

  • From left, Alex Perez, Daniel Kozlak, and Genevieve Nelson

    From left, Alex Perez, Daniel Kozlak, and Genevieve Nelson Courtesy of Vince Griff

 
Submitted by Jeffrey A. Hild
Updated 12/2/2019 8:11 AM

Dugan & Lopatka CPA's and Consultants recently welcomed Alex Perez, Daniel Kozlak and Genevieve Nelson to the firm.

Alex and Daniel are both recent graduates of Northern Illinois University where they completed both their Master of Accounting Science and Bachelor of Science in Accountancy degrees.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Alex is a staff auditor in the firm's Audit & Review Department and will assist the firm's nonprofit and service industry clients.

Daniel is an associate in the firm's Tax Department. While attending NIU, Daniel was a member of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP), an international honor organization for financial information students and professionals.

Genevieve is an associate in Dugan & Lopatka's Accounting & Advisory Services Department, where she assists with the preparation of financial statements and taxes, along with bookkeeping and reconciliation activities. She has previously held accounting or accounting related positions in real estate investment and retail companies. Genevieve is a graduate of Aurora University, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Business Administration degree. She is currently working towards her Master of Accounting Science degree from Northern Illinois University.

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About Dugan & Lopatka:

Dugan & Lopatka CPA's and Consultants celebrating its 45th year in 2019 is one of the largest public accounting firms in the Chicago area. It specializes almost exclusively on tax, audit and accounting services for privately-held, small and mid-sized businesses and nonprofit organizations.

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