Williams to oversee Clifton Gunderson’s Wisconsin practice
Clifton Gunderson, a Milwaukee-based certified public accounting and consulting firm, has named Mark Williams managing partner of its Wisconsin practice.
In his new role, Williams will be responsible for leading the continued growth and efficiency improvement of the Wisconsin practice. Williams will assume his new role effective June 1 and succeeds Ted Hart, who is retiring effective Dec. 31.
Williams joined Clifton Gunderson in 2004. He most recently served as partner-in-charge of Clifton Gunderson’s Milwaukee and Madison offices.
“Mark has a passion for leading a culture grounded on exceptional, proactive client service,” said Kris McMasters, chief executive officer of Clifton Gunderson. “We are eager to leverage his strengths throughout our Wisconsin practice and across the firm.”
The firm also announced that Keith Rode has been named partner-in-charge of its Racine office. Rode succeeds Mark Wyzgowski who was named managing partner of the firm’s Iowa practice. Rode will assume his new role effective June 1.
“Keith’s proven leadership skills, expertise and his ability to deliver significant results for our tax clients are all great additions to our growing practice in Racine,” Williams said. “We are eager to leverage his talents to further build our client base in southeastern Wisconsin.”