The UCLA Alumni Association today announced that they have selected the accounting firm of Singer Lewak Greenbaum & Goldstein, LLP (SLGG) as its new independent auditor.
Los Angeles, CA July 17, 2004 -- The UCLA Alumni Association today announced that they have selected the accounting firm of Singer Lewak Greenbaum & Goldstein, LLP (SLGG) as its new independent auditor. SLGG, a leading regional CPA & Management Consulting firm, provides accounting, tax and management consultant services for a broad range of clients including individuals, family-owned businesses, private and public companies as well as nonprofit organizations.
"The Association is entering an exciting new phase in its history. We wanted a firm with roots in the Los Angeles community, a depth of resources and the adaptability necessary to support a dynamic organization's business requirements while ensuring the finest audit support available. SLGG has a solid reputation for professionalism and service with proven expertise," said Keith Brant '83, M.A. '88, Ph.D. ’95, assistant vice chancellor, alumni relations and executive director, UCLA Alumni Association
"We are excited to work with the UCLA Alumni Association, strengthening further our ties to UCLA community. We look forward to growing together as we help this innovative and award-winning Association achieve its vision to serve more than 300,000 UCLA alumni," said Lewis Sharpstone, partner in charge of nonprofit practice group at SLGG.
Singer Lewak Greenbaum & Goldstein LLP is the largest certified public accounting firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Established in 1959, the firm has grown to more than 150 professionals and support staff. Today we serve a broad range of clients ranging from individuals to family-owned businesses to public companies of all sizes. Singer Lewak Greenbaum & Goldstein, LLP has offices in Los Angeles, Santa Ana, and Ontario, California. For information, visit www.slgg.com.
About UCLA Alumni Association
One of the top organizations of its kind in the world, the UCLA Alumni Association boasts more than 88,000 members and serves as liaison between UCLA and its more than 300,000 living alumni around the world. Founded in 1936, the Association is proud of its long history of developing support for UCLA and its mission in the Los Angeles community and throughout California while offering UCLA alumni a wide array of services, ranging from professional networking to educational travel. For information about the Association, visit www.UCLAlumni.net.
Mark Davis, director of communications
UCLA Alumni Association
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