Our People

To help your company achieve great things, Armanino partners make gaining a comprehensive understanding of your business our number one priority. Our group of partners spans a wide range of experience with small, medium and large privately-held business as well as SEC companies. Their experience covers a wide range of industries and expertise. Learn more about their experience, expertise and views by viewing their bios below.

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    Partners

  • Andy Armanino
  • Lindy Antonelli
  • Matt Armanino
  • Scott Borgia
  • Daniel Bowen
  • Bill Brause
  • Theresa Brown
  • John Brychel
  • Dave Burlington
  • Matthew Chavez
  • Brad Cless
  • Lori Colvin
  • Scott Copeland
  • Jon Davies
  • David Davis
  • John Dunican
  • Malcolm Ellerbe
  • Vintage Foster
  • Thomas E. Gard
  • Lynn Henley
  • John Horner
  • Tim Hourigan
  • Dan Jones
  • Bruce Kirschenbaum
  • David Lee
  • Ricardo Martinez
  • Tom Mescall
  • Takashi Midorikawa
  • Chris Moore
  • Josh Nevarez
  • Paul O'Grady
  • Monika Pelz
  • Matthew Perreault
  • Paul Peterson
  • Gary Pitchford
  • David Sordello
  • Jeff Stegner
  • Jeremy Sucharski
  • Robert Tuvell
  • Mark Wagner
  • Kevin Wise
  • Andy Armanino: CPA Managing Partner

    The following is a short inside look at this partner's views on business as well as some personal insight. To view their entire profile, click the read more link at the end of each short bio.

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    Q & A

    Q. What is it about accounting and consulting that first drew your interest?

    While attending Santa Clara University, I considered a future in teaching history or math, or attending law school. After determining that academia was not for me, I switched my major to accounting. I liked math, accounting was easy to understand, and my father's influence over the years convinced me that it was a good career path. At that point, putting them all together seemed like a natural.

    Q. Describe your most memorable Armanino moment.

    When my father retired and I was able to stand up and talk about what he meant to the firm and to me.

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