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TAMIKA TREMAGLIO GREATER WASHINGTON MANAGING PRINCIPAL, DELOITTE, McLEAN


Tremaglio oversees more than 10,000 audit, tax and consulting professionals for Deloitte throughout the D.C. area. She also serves on the board of several civic organizations, including the United Way of the National Capital Area, the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the National Aquarium. Tremaglio earned her law degree from


the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Baltimore.


BEST ADVICE FOR OTHERS: Performance is tied to purpose. As a leader, find ways to align your contributions and the work of your teams to the greater good.


WHAT A COMPETITOR WOULD SAY ABOUT ME: That Tamika seems everywhere at once and tough to keep up with — but my secret is I’m actually in the same place every day. I rely on a staff of highly talented individuals who represent diverse backgrounds and experiences, and I give them the room they need to unleash their talents.


FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM: Whichever Washington team is in season, with a special place in my heart for the Washington Mystics.


VIROSTEK MANAGING PARTNER, GREATER WASHINGTON AREA OFFICES, ERNST & YOUNG, McLEAN


Virostek has been with Ernst & Young since 1987, and as the Big Four accounting firm’s Greater Washington managing partner, he coordinates EY’s full array of services for some of the region’s largest companies and startups. The firm has more than 3,500 area employees working in assurance, tax, consulting, and strategy and transaction practices.


Before stepping into his current role,


Virostek had been EY’s national director of IPO initiatives, and he worked on EY’s strategic investments as part of its national corporate development group. In May, at an event for EY’s Entrepreneur


of the Year program, Virostek discussed the growing trend of graduate school students forming successful startup groups. “These folks that have come off campus together and are starting this business and are really putting their blood and sweat into it, they are basing it on friendship, and that’s a great foundation for some of these businesses,” he said. Virostek holds a bachelor’s degree from


the University of Notre Dame. In September 2020, he was named chairman of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington for a two-year term.


GARY G.


WALLACE MANAGING PARTNER, KEITER, GLEN ALLEN


As Keiter’s managing partner, Wallace is responsible for the Henrico County-based accounting firm’s growth strategies. He serves on the firm’s executive committee and is a leader on its mergers and acquisitions team. Wallace has more than 30 years of accounting experience and joined Keiter in 2010. Previously, he worked as chief financial officer for Richmond-based Riverstone Group LLC and CCA Industries Inc., and he also worked as a tax partner for the Richmond office of KPMG. Keiter was founded in 1978 and specializes in working with high-net-worth individuals and pri- vately held businesses. Last year, Wallace led the firm’s COVID-19 response as Keiter’s 160 employees transitioned to remote working. Wallace also serves on the Central Virginia Community board of directors for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He earned his bach- elor’s degree and his master’s degree in accounting from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce.


Find ways to align your contributions and the work of your teams to the greater good.” TAMIKA TREMAGLIO


GREG WALLIG METRO DC-ARLINGTON MANAGING PRINCIPAL, GRANT THORNTON LLP, ARLINGTON


Wallig oversees Grant Thornton’s largest office in the United States, with more than 1,200 employees based out of its Arlington offices.


A global accounting firm that is the sixth largest in the


United States, Grant Thornton is regularly recognized for its diversity, equity and inclusion practices. In June, the firm announced a three-year partnership with Major League Soccer team D.C. United to advance the club’s diversity priorities.


BEST ADVICE FOR OTHERS: Be authentic.


WHAT A COMPETITOR WOULD SAY ABOUT ME: Greg takes business personally and builds trust into every result.


FIRST JOB: 10 years old and picking strawberries. We were paid by the pound.


HOBBY/PASSION: I compete in one or two


Olympic-distance triathlons a year, and once competed in a triathlon in Abu Dhabi while on a layover.


MOST RECENT BOOK READ: My COVID book challenge was “Moby Dick,” by Herman Melville. I ended up loving it!


NEW LIFE EXPERIENCE: Enjoying seeing my kids play soccer and baseball


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