McKonly & Asbury is excited to announce the promotions of three of our team members! Our focus on people continues to be the vision that drives our culture, and we are fortunate to have some of the best and brightest talent in Pennsylvania working for us!
Please join us in congratulating these team members!
ONE TEAM MEMBER WAS PROMOTED TO SENIOR MANAGER:
Lindsay Young, Senior Manager
Lindsay joined McKonly & Asbury in 2003. In her new role, she is the lead Senior Manager of the firm’s Entrepreneurial Services Group (ESG), specializing in providing audit, tax, and consulting services, with an emphasis on small business including family-owned businesses. Active in the community, Lindsay currently serves as Chair of Youth Commission and also serves on the Ministries Team at Grantham Brethren in Christ Church. She also enjoys partnering with local organizations in her community such as New Hope Ministries, Youth Impact Project, and also volunteers within her local school district.
TWO TEAM MEMBERS WERE PROMOTED TO SENIOR ACCOUNTANT:
Alexandra Plantive, Senior Accountant
Alex joined McKonly & Asbury in 2016. She is also a member of our firm’s Entrepreneurial Services Group (ESG) and has obtained the QuickBooks Online Advanced Certified ProAdvisor designation. Alex specifically provides support in back office accounting to our clients using different software such as QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop, and Xero.com. She also provides financial data analysis and has assisted with records management; including excel based data transfer from various accounting platforms including QuickBooks, Xero, and Intacct. Alex has volunteered for Lancaster Road Runners Club’s (LRRC) Stoudts Brewing Distance Classic 12k Run in past years, as well as used her talents to provide pro bono-services for the Great Social Enterprise Pitch event.
Bryce Stambaugh, Senior Accountant
Bryce joined McKonly & Asbury in 2016. He is a member of our firm’s Assurance & Advisory Segment (A&A) where he serves many of our nonprofit, manufacturing and distribution, and affordable housing clients. Active in the community, Bryce volunteers with a number of organizations with initiatives to end hunger and preserve the environment, including the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank and Perry County Food Bank. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) and serves as a volunteer for United Way Day of Caring.