AuditWatch Strengthens Management Team

September 14, 2001

Contact:
Thomas P. Houck, President
(800) 775-9866

AuditWatch Strengthens Management Team

HERNDON, VA — AuditWatch, Inc. has hired Kathleen R. DeLong, CPA, as an Executive Vice President. She will be primarily responsible for overseeing marketing and new product development efforts.

Prior to joining AuditWatch, Kathy served as the Director of Consulting Quality at Olive LLP in Indianapolis, IN. Prior to this position, she served as Assistant Director of Assurance Services, Assurance Practice Coordinator, and Audit Manager during her 18-year career at Olive.

Thomas P. Houck, President, stated, “We are delighted to have Kathy join our organization. She has a wealth of experience and a tremendous reputation. She will play a key role in helping AuditWatch to continue its exciting growth.”

Kathy earned a B.A. in Accounting from Milligan College in Tennessee. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society.

AuditWatch, Inc. is the nation’s premier consulting and training firm serving the audit profession. The company offers a variety of products and services to enable auditors to provide more efficient, effective, and value-added services.

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