Shcheglyuk and Cornelius Promoted to Managing Roles at KPMG
KPMG promoted two managers at the firm’s Anchorage office.
Anna Shcheglyuk was promoted to Audit Manager. Shcheglyuk brings five years of accounting experience with a variety of organizations, including utilities and Alaska native corporations. Shcheglyuk earned both her bachelor’s degree in accounting and her master of business administration degree from the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Andrew Cornelius was promoted to Audit Manager. Cornelius provides audit and accounting advisory services to several types of companies including Alaska native corporations, telecommunications, and transportation companies, as well as governmental entities. Cornelius joined KPMG in 2014 after earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Montana State University.
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