Emily Sobczak joined Greene Finney, LLP in October 2011. As a Partner overseeing the firm’s clients in Charleston, Emily is responsible for supervising and training staff; planning the nature, timing, and extent of audit procedures to satisfy engagement objectives and comply with professional standards; appropriately addressing audit risks; and developing and maintaining productive relationships with clients throughout the year. Her niche expertise lies in the governmental sector, including municipalities, counties, school districts, and special purpose districts.
Though born and raised in Charleston, Emily started her career in Atlanta, Georgia, serving two years as a Senior Associate at KPMG and four years as Manager at Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC. She has earned a Master of Accountancy as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration—both from the University of Georgia—and is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed to practice in both South Carolina and Georgia. Outside of the office, Emily is happily married and enjoys spending time with her family, running, being outdoors, and college football.
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We can all get caught up in the day…meetings, calls, texts, emails and the myriad of other workday demands that pile up quickly and can create unwanted stress.
Kevin Tomas is a CPA – Senior Manager at Greene Finney, LLP. He specializes in managing and supervising back office support system (BOSS) and his specialty lies in working with government and nonprofit entities. Kevin went to Bob Jones University and graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Accounting. When he’s not working in the office, Kevin enjoys spending time with his family and hiking. Here are some other interesting thoughts and experiences he’s shared to introduce himself on a more personal level.
Labor Day is upon us—a popular holiday that is dedicated to the millions of women and men who keep this country going strong. For many, it also means that it’s time to break out the grill for that big end-of-summer celebration. And because most of us aren’t Grill Masters, this is a good time for a refresh on some basic grilling safety tips to keep everyone safe and the party going.