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With over 15 years of accounting and financial reporting experience, Audit Partner Suki Mann specializes in assisting venture-backed technology companies with revenue recognition and other industry-specific needs. Her experience in resolving complex accounting and auditing matters make her uniquely suited to manage a wide range of global engagements. She serves clients from small to mid-size privately-held businesses to publicly traded companies, focusing primarily on global venture capital engagements.
Suki serves as partner-in-charge of the firm’s employee benefit plan (EBP) audit practice, supervising and directing the training for all staff working on EBP engagements. She provides expert advice in each EBP audit engagement and works diligently to ensure they are executed smoothly and efficiently. Suki is a member of the EBP Audit Quality Center, a voluntary membership center for firms that audit employee benefit plans created by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Suki has received certification in blockchain technology from AICPA and CIMA. She understands the current landscape, business applications, and financial control considerations associated with blockchain use. She is also well versed in regulatory concerns and governance related to blockchain implementations. Suki is a leader in Sensiba’s internal data analytics and automation effort, working to drive innovation and efficiency.
In 2006, Suki received her bachelor’s degree in accounting from California State University, Chico. As a licensed CPA in California, she is a member of both the AICPA and the California Society of Certified Public Accountants. Suki was honored with the YWCA TWIN Award in 2016. As an active supporter of her community, Suki is proud to serve on the financial committee for non-profit Sunflower Hill and the Audit Committee for the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center. In her free time, Suki enjoys participating in HIIT bootcamps.
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