Staci L. Brogan


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Staci has over 20 years of public accounting experience, including 10 with an international firm.  She has devoted her career to serving tax-exempt clients specializing in the not-for-profit (human services, economic development, arts and cultural, and religious organizations), higher education, and healthcare sectors.   In addition, her areas of expertise also include serving clients with complex governance structures and those who participate in the public markets.   She has extensive experience serving publicly traded registrants that qualify as smaller reporting companies as well as accelerated filers.  Her experience includes conducting integrated audits, quarterly reviews, public offerings and related comfort letter procedures.  From start-ups to well-established companies, Staci provides exceptional client service through technical advisory, accounting and assurance services to her client base. 

Staci serves a key role in the firm’s quality control and risk assessment process.  She is the Director of Technical Matters for the firm and serves as a key member of the firm’s Assurance Technical Advisory Committee (ATAC), with responsibilities for keeping abreast of current financial reporting, accounting and auditing matters.  In addition, she is a member of the Higher Education Industry Group, and leads the firm’s Not-for-Profit Industry Group and the SEC Practice Group. 

She is a frequent speaker on technical accounting and governance matters.


B.S.B.A. - Accounting, Duquesne University

Professional & Community Involvement

Chair, Board of Directors – Holy Family Institute

Member – American and Pennsylvania Institutes of Certified Public Accountants

Member – ATAC, Schneider Downs Board of Directors, Not-for-Profit, Higher Education, and SEC Industry Groups

AICPA Not-for-Profit Section Member

National Association of College and University Business Officers

Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers

Ohio Association of College and University Business Officers

Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania

What was the best advice you’ve ever received?
My Dad has always been great about giving me advice that is relevant no matter what I do. His favorite saying is “no matter what you do, do it well.”

What is the best or most interesting thing about your career?
I love my career because of all the wonderful people with whom I have the opportunity to work. 

What was your first job?
I was a babysitter.

When you have an hour of free time, what do you like to do?
I have kids…don’t make me laugh (but they are my passion)