Jennifer Dizon named as one of Silicon Valley’s Women Of Influence
San Francisco Bay Area-based Hood & Strong LLP is pleased to announce that Jennifer Dizon, an audit & advisory partner with the firm, has been named as one of 100 Women of Influence in Silicon Valley by the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal. In addition to being featured in the publication there will be a private reception and award dinner on March 18th at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose.
Dizon was honored not only on being at the top of her professional game as an audit and advisory partner in the San Jose office of Hood & Strong but also for her active involvement in the community through her noteworthy service to several non-profits and civic organizations.
Robert J. Raffo, Managing Partner of Hood & Strong, offered his congratulations on behalf of the firm saying, "Jennifer typifies the community minded spirit of the people in our firm. It is an honor to have Jennifer as a partner and we are all proud of her and the recognition she has received."
With over 18 years of accounting experience, Dizon is responsible for overseeing audit, accounting, and tax services to clients in the technology, start-up, construction, real estate, and employee benefit market sectors. She is a member of Hood & Strong's Board of Directors, Quality Control Committee, and the Commercial Industry Group. She is also the group leader of the firm's real estate practice.
Hood & Strong was founded 92 years ago on the premise of delivering high-quality accounting services to prominent individuals and family-owned companies. Since 1917, Hood & Strong has grown to serve the comprehensive financial needs of a diverse range of clients throughout the Greater Bay Area, offering a full complement of tax, audit, business consulting and wealth management services from offices in San Francisco, Redwood Shores and San Jose.
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