Jimmy Mo Joins EisnerAmper's Not-For-Profit Services Group As Philadelphia Leader
- Sep 8, 2015
National and Big 4 firm nonprofit audit specialist brings experience from years of working with not-for-profit organizations
EisnerAmper today announced that Jimmy Mo, a nonprofit audit specialist, has joined EisnerAmper as its Philadelphia Director of Not-for-Profit Services. Mo has more than 15 years of auditing experience in the not-for-profit sector.
“As a vibrant member of the Greater Philadelphia community, working with not-for-profit organizations has always been important to our firm. Under Jimmy’s leadership we are confident that our not-for-profit practice will continue to grow for years to come,” said EisnerAmper Philadelphia Region Partner-in-Charge Lori Reiner. “His nonprofit leadership and expertise working in the sector are an important addition to the team. His unique perspective from working on both sides of the audit process will be an invaluable resource for our clients.”
Prior to joining EisnerAmper, Mo worked with national accounting firms, specializing in the not-for-profit industry. In addition, Mo previously served in a management role for a national human services organization, where he developed and executed internal audits and coordinated and assisted external auditors with the year-end audit.
“I am excited to be a part of EisnerAmper’s long history of assisting organizations that serve our community,” said Mo. “I am proud to lead our talented team members as we continue to exceed client expectations. My focus will be on adding even more accomplished professionals to our team of experienced nonprofit leaders, as there is an amazing opportunity to continue to grow our practice.”
Mo received his M.S. in Accounting from Brigham Young University. He regularly serves as an instructor and presents on accounting and auditing topics and best practices related to the not-for-profit industry.
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