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SCOTT MOULDEN MANAGING PARTNER, YHB CPAS & CONSULTANTS, WINCHESTER


Moulden is now in his fiſth decade working for the firm where he began his accounting career. With 185 employees in Virginia, YHB reported $32.8 million in revenue for


2020. The firm was one of 10 Virginia practices listed in Forbes’ 2021 list of top tax accounting firms. Moulden grew up on a farm. His first job was working in a lum-


beryard loading trucks, and his beverage of choice is a cold beer. He has a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from Virginia Tech, with an emphasis on accounting, and he works with businesses in a variety of industries, primarily manufacturing, franchising, retail and agribusiness.


Open communication with clients was the key to weathering


the COVID-19 pandemic, he says: “This season has been tough on everyone. We had to make our decisions based on little information while things constantly changed. … People really showed they trust our leadership, something I do not take lightly.”


DOUGLAS PERTZ PRESIDENT AND CEO, THE BRINK’S CO., HENRICO COUNTY


Pertz has been at the helm of The Brink’s Co. since 2016.


Like many businesses, the private security firm headquartered in Henrico County took a hit from COVID-19 in 2020. As many of its client businesses were shuttered due to the pandemic, The Brink’s Co.’s stock price fell


from $96 per share in January 2020 to $37.99 per share in July 2020. In June 2021, though, Pertz announced that Brink’s was on the road


to recovery from the pandemic, with year-to-date revenue as of April hitting 96% of pre-pandemic 2019 levels. The company also saw its stock price rising back to $83 per share by March. Despite the pandemic’s impact, 2020 was a good year for


Pertz, whose salary increased by 65%, from $8.4 million in 2019 to $13.9 million in 2020. Pertz, who has a degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue


University, has served as CEO for several global companies, including Recall Holdings Limited, IMC Global, Culligan Water Technologies Inc. and Clipper Windpower.


STEPHANIE R. PETERS PRESIDENT AND CEO, VIRGINIA SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, GLEN ALLEN


Peters has been with the Virginia Society of CPAs since the late 1990s. As CEO, she helps lead lobbying efforts on the state and national levels. The nonprofit industry advocacy organization has 29 employees in Virginia and reported $6 million in 2020 revenue. Peters, who earned her undergraduate degree in history from the


University of Virginia and her Master of Public Administration degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, is a past chair of the Virginia Council on Economic Education. VSCPA has kept up with technological shiſts over the years, so as


COVID-19 forced her staff to work remotely, the transition was not as challenging as it could have been, she says.


BEST ADVICE FOR OTHERS: Stop giving advice or offering your two cents. Listen and ask questions. Allow others to discover the answers as they talk it through.


FIRST JOB: Rented boats and canoes at Pocahontas State Park


NEW LIFE EXPERIENCE: Other than surviving a global pandemic, I’m now the mother of a high school graduate.


HORACIO D. ROZANSKI PRESIDENT AND CEO, BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON, McLEAN


Rozanski, who joined the Fortune 500 management and information technology consulting firm in 1991 as an intern in its Buenos Aires office, is one of a small group of top executives who worked their way up from the very bottom of their corporations. CEO since 2015, Rozanski was awarded the prestigious Horatio Alger Award, recognizing Americans who have succeeded despite adversity, in April 2020. Under his leadership, Booz Allen’s stock price has risen rapidly, soaring 203% in just the last five years. Rozanski has earned accolades for prioritizing diversity at the firm. He


wrote a memo in response to the George Floyd murder, asking employees to share their own experiences. He received thousands of responses, which helped develop Booz Allen’s new Race and Social Equity Agenda. In May, Booz Allen announced that the Department of Justice had closed out a 2017 criminal investigation into the firm’s accounting and indirect cost charging practices related to its federal contracting. Rozanski said civil investiga- tions by the DOJ and the Securities and Exchange Commission may be ongoing. With 27,000 global employees, Booz Allen reported $7.9 billion in revenue for 2021.


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Stephanie R. Peters photo by Caroline Martin


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