Walsh Alumni Recognized for Achievements in Finance

Congratulations to our five outstanding Walsh alumni who were recognized in Crain’s Detroit Business Notable Women in Finance 2018. According to Crain’s, the women featured were selected based on career accomplishments, involvement in nonprofits and community organizations, and that they mentor others in their field.

The Walsh family proudly salutes you and are honored by your accomplishments. You each are an inspiration to current Walsh students, alumni and the community at large.

Read about each recipient as we individually recognize them for their outstanding achievements and professional leadership.

Margaret Amsden, MST

Margaret Amsden is a current shareholder at Clayton and McKervey PC and leads several tax-related areas. Margaret received her Master of Science in Taxation from Walsh, and currently sits on the Walsh College Tax Advisory Board. She also is a member of the Five Star Wealth Managers in Detroit.

Michelle Brown, MBA

Michelle Brown is the Chief Financial Officer at Butzel Long PC. A strong mentor and leader, Michelle is thought highly of by her peers. Michelle earned her Masters of Business Administration from Walsh, helping her to reach new heights.

Renee Burkhart, BAC

Renee Burkhart is the Director of Accounting at PTM Corp. Renee earned her Bachelor of Accountancy from Walsh. A dedicated team player, Renee has implemented many improvements at PTM and has played a key role in influencing women throughout her years at PTM.

Pamela May, MST

Armed with a Master of Science in Taxation from Walsh, Pamela May is a Partner at UHY LLP. Pamela made history at UHY when she became the firm’s first female partner. Pam’s professionalism, leadership, and charisma have proven a powerful asset to UHY.

Colleen Wisinski, MSM

As Controller for 365 Retail Markets, Colleen Wisinski has proven herself as an established leader. Colleen is well known for finding cost-savings and her guidance on business decisions. She received her Master of Science in Management from Walsh.

These outstanding women set an example for Walsh graduates and students, and we are proud to have them as part of our growing alumni network.

To read the full article from Crain’s Detroit, you can find it here.  

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