Company Announcements: Week of April 15, 2013
by Terri Eyden on
A.T. LOCKE, which provides accounting services, business analysis, and financial and strategic guidance to emerging and midsized organizations, has added Adeana Elvin as an accounting analyst on the firm's rapidly growing team.
A certified public accountant with more than two decades of experience concentrated in manufacturing, distribution/logistics, and banking, Elvin is originally from the Caribbean. She holds a BS degree in accounting from Bob Jones University, along with an MBA from Webster University. Elvin will work with a variety of A.T. LOCKE clients across the Upstate from the firm's Greenville headquarters.
Prior to joining A.T. LOCKE, she served in a variety of roles with AbitibiBowater, the most recent being that of senior financial analyst, and has also served in accounting and finance capacities with ScanSource and Southern National Bank. She currently is an adjunct professor at both Furman University and at Greenville Technical College, serving on Greenville Tech's Accounting Advisory Committee in addition to her teaching duties.
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