Clark Nuber P.S. Hires Director of Family Business

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Clark Nuber P.S. Hires Director of Family Business

BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Clark Nuber welcomes Steve Brilling as Director of Family Business. Prior to joining Clark Nuber, Steve served as the Executive Director of Seattle University's Entrepreneurship Center. He remains affiliated with Seattle University, leading its Family Business Program which focuses on both seasoned executives as well as next generation leaders.

Steve Brilling, Director of Family Business at Clark Nuber P.S. in Bellevue, WA. (Photo: Business Wi ...

Steve Brilling, Director of Family Business at Clark Nuber P.S. in Bellevue, WA. (Photo: Business Wire)

Steve holds a bachelor of science in business administration and a MBA from Washington State University. He serves on the board of NW Family Business Advisors, the audit committee of Physicians Insurance, and the advisory boards of Profish America, N2uitive, Back on Track, and mbsSource.


"We are delighted to have Steve join us," Dave Katri, President and CEO, said. "His expertise provides our firm the ability to expand its offerings in business succession and strategic planning to our core clients in privately held and family businesses."

Clark Nuber employs more than 160 people with the expertise to provide business owners, leaders in not-for-profit organizations, as well as high net worth individuals, with a wide variety of services, including financial statement audits, federal, state, and international tax planning and compliance, business transition planning, financial planning, CFO/Controller/accounting services, and specialty audits including employee benefit plans and government grants.



Clark Nuber
Sue A. Lewis, 425-454-4919
slewis@clarknuber.com
www.clarknuber.com

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