Press Release

Moss Adams Appoints New Leadership

Accounting Firm Names Four New Leaders Amid Growth

SEATTLE, Jan. 31, 2017—Moss Adams LLP, one of the largest accounting and business consulting firms in the nation, announced two new national practice leaders, a new office partner in charge, and a managing partner for its central region.

“We’re fortunate to have so many capable, dedicated professionals prepared to help lead the firm through this next phase of growth,” said Chris Schmidt, chairman and CEO of Moss Adams. “I’m confident that Tasha, Mark, Gregg, and Rick will continue to be great assets to both our clients and the firm’s future in their new roles.”

Tasha Repp, a member of the Samish Indian Nation, was appointed national practice leader for the firm’s Tribal & Gaming Practice. In public accounting since 1997, Repp’s technical skills, keen focus on client service and growth, and contribution to Indian Country will be a great benefit to the practice.

“I’m proud to have the opportunity to lead the Tribal & Gaming Practice,” Repp said. “We have a great team of people, and I’m looking forward to working with them to expand and grow our client base.”

Mark Meier was selected to lead the Transportation & Logistics Practice. Meier’s involvement with the industry through professional affiliations and his commitment to client service make him a valuable addition as leader.

“It’s a privilege to serve as the Transportation & Logistics national practice leader,” said Meier, who’s been in public accounting since 1999. “I look forward to continuing the legacy of excellent client service and growth.”

Gregg Amend was selected to serve as the partner in charge of the firm’s Spokane location, where he’s worked for 20 years. His experience and past leadership roles will serve him well as he continues to contribute and build an already strong leadership team.

“I’m honored to have the opportunity to lead our outstanding team in Spokane, and I’m excited to continue working with businesses and industries in our growing market,” Amend said. “This is a great opportunity for me to help our people and clients succeed.”

Rick Betts was appointed the new regional managing partner of the central region. His work as the partner in charge in Spokane over the past five years, his dedication to the creation of the new central region, and his track record of success made him a natural choice for the role.

“It’s a privilege to manage the central region,” Betts said. “We have an incredible team of professionals, and I have no doubt that we’ll continue to grow the firm’s footprint.”