GIRL SCOUTS HONOR MARKS PANETH PARTNER HOPE GOLDSTEIN

October 18, 2018

New York, NY (October 18, 2018) –  Leading accounting, tax and advisory firm, Marks Paneth LLP, has announced that Hope Goldstein, CPA, Co-Partner-in-Charge of the firm’s Nonprofit, Government & Healthcare Group, has been recognized by the Girl Scouts of Greater New York as one of their 2018 Women of Distinction. The program honors women who act as role models of ethical leadership for future generations.

“We are tremendously proud to see Hope recognized by the Girl Scouts,” said Harry Moehringer, Managing Partner at Marks Paneth. “She is an impassioned advocate for women and a champion of the nonprofit community. There is no doubt that her personal and professional achievements will inspire future generations.”

Over the course of her nearly 30-year career, Hope has been a dedicated mentor for women in the accounting profession and currently serves as a leader of Marks Paneth’s women’s initiative. She was named by Crain’s New York Business as a Notable Woman in Accounting & Consulting in 2018 for her support of female professionals and her commitment to her clients, which include public charities, private foundations, colleges and universities, social services organizations and cultural institutions.