Missouri CPA firm adds new team members
St. Louis-based Brown Smith Wallace, LLC welcomes two new team members to the insurance and reinsurance services group, Nathan Carter and Nicole Galloway.
Nathan Carter joins Brown Smith Wallace as a staff accountant in the Insurance and Reinsurance Services Group. Carter will assist members of the department with a variety of special insurance tax related projects.
Prior to joining Brown Smith Wallace, Carter served as an intern at Prime Inc. in Springfield, Missouri and as an intern at Brown Smith Wallace.
Carter earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master in Accountancy from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Carter resides in Creve Coeur. MO.
Nicole Galloway joins Brown Smith Wallace as a staff accountant in the Insurance and Reinsurance Services Group. Galloway will assist members of the department with a variety of special insurance audit related projects.
Prior to joining Brown Smith Wallace, Galloway served as an actuarial analyst for Allstate Insurance Company and as an intern at Brown Smith Wallace.
Galloway earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics with an emphasis in Actuarial Science and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Missouri-Rolla. In addition, Galloway earned a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Galloway currently resides in St. Louis.
Brown Smith Wallace is the second-largest locally owned independent full-service CPA and business consulting firm in Missouri with more than 200 employees throughout the Midwest.
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