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PROFESSIONAL SER VICES


JASON A. HARTMAN CEO, BROWN EDWARDS & CO. LLP, ROANOKE


Although he leads Virginia’s largest independent, non-national accounting firm, one that has doubled in size over the past four years, Hartman nonetheless main- tains that Brown Edwards is one of Southwest Virginia’s “best-kept secrets.” With 315 employees in Virginia, as well as presences


in Tennessee and West Virginia, the firm reported $60 million in revenue for the 2020 fiscal year and made good on Hartman’s growth goals. Brown Edwards recently expanded into Richmond with its merger of Gregg & Bailey PC, and in 2020, the firm acquired Covenant Real Estate Services LLC in Salem. In 2022, the business plans to move offices in Roanoke, providing more space and parking. The firm was able to weather the COVID-19 pandemic because, Hartman said in a 2020 interview, its employees had already embraced a “work anywhere, anytime” philosophy. A graduate of James Madison University and Glenville State College in West Virginia, Hartman


serves on the board of Feeding Southwest Virginia. Seeing other professionals succeed at Brown Edwards is what Hartman says makes him passionate about his position.


DAN HUDGENS CENTRAL VIRGINIA MANAGING PARTNER, DELOITTE, RICHMOND


Hudgens, who joined Deloitte in 2002 aſter 15 years at Arthur Andersen, noted last year that his compa- ny’s 360-degree under- standing of businesses’ needs made Deloitte an invaluable resource during the COVID-19 pandemic. “For example, if a company is dealing with a talent issue, we not only bring expertise in human capital but can help the organization understand the possible implications in such areas as technology, tax, reporting and regulatory compliance, strategy, supply chain — really the whole gamut of an organization’s ecosystem,” Hudgens says. The Big Four accounting firm reported more than $23 billion in domestic revenue for the 2020 fiscal year and has more than 113,000 employees in the U.S. An avid lover of the outdoors, Hudgens spends his free time running, biking, hiking, skiing and golfing, and he is a huge fan of his alma mater’s football team, the University of Texas Longhorns. He currently serves on the boards of the American Heart Association’s Richmond chapter and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, and for several years he served on the board of the United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg.


SUSAN J. MOSER REGIONAL MARKET LEADER, WASHINGTON, D.C., AND VIRGINIA, CHERRY BEKAERT LLP, RICHMOND


With more than 20 years of expe- rience leading Cherry Bekaert’s Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., market, Moser specializes in helping


businesses navigate the complex regulatory requirements that come with federal govern- ment contracting. In January, Cherry Bekaert, one of the


HARVEY L. JOHNSON PARTNER AND CEO, PBMARES LLP, NEWPORT NEWS


Aſter 18 years with the Newport News-based accounting and consulting firm PBMares, Johnson became the company’s second CEO on Jan. 1. He took over aſter a yearlong transition spent working closely with retiring CEO Alan S.


Witt, who had led the company since 1979. Johnson was instrumental in launching the Top 100 accounting firm’s cybersecurity and control risk services practice, and he helped spearhead expansion into North Carolina. Late last year, the firm expanded into North Carolina with the acquisition of two RSM US LLP offices. PBMares now has 12 offices in Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina. The University of North Carolina Wilmington and Old Dominion University alum began his career with PBMares as a staff accountant in 2003, and he was regularly recognized as a rising star within the Hampton Roads area. Johnson has served in several leadership roles in the Tidewater chapter of the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, and he is on the TowneBank Peninsula board of directors.


152 VIRGINIA 500


nation’s 30 largest accounting firms, became one of the first companies accredited to perform certification assessments for a new Department of Defense cybersecurity program, and the firm was also named a “Registered Practitioner Organization” for helping defense contractors with compliance. With more than 1,100 employees, Cherry Bekaert was named to Forbes’ list of America’s Best Tax and Accounting Firms for 2021. A Virginia Commonwealth University


alumna, Moser has served in volunteer leadership roles with the Washington, D.C., chapter of Habitat for Humanity and the National Capital Area chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She also is the trea- surer of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s board.


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