Grant Thornton LLP promoted Alan Jutras to Audit managing director in the firm’s Boston office. Across the firm, Grant Thornton admitted 39 new partners and principals, and promoted 28 professionals to managing director.
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“Alan has proven himself as a leader to our clients, colleagues, the community and the profession,” said David Platt, Grant Thornton’s Boston office managing partner. “We recognize his tremendous accomplishments and thank him for his commitment to helping build our high-performance culture as we continue to grow in the Boston marketplace.”
Jutras joined the firm in 2011 and has more than sixteen years servicing not-for-profit organizations and privately held businesses. In addition, he worked for five years within the finance department of two large not-for-profit organizations. Prior to being promoted to managing director, Jutras served as a senior manager.
Jutras is a certified public accountant (CPA) in Massachusetts and a member of the American Institute of CPAs. Jutras received a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from Bentley University.
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