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Living our values

Our stories

At Wipfli, our vision is to create lasting, positive impact on every person, organization and community we engage. And our deep commitment to that vision can be seen through our firm, our associates and our foundation.

Our associates are accountants, analysts, consultants — and so much more. Our people are free to bring their passions and curiosity into the workplace. Their spark lights up our firm.

Together, we bring our imagination, curiosity and fearlessness into our communities and our industry to lead by example and effect meaningful and sustainable change.

See how, together, we are living our values.

Linda Haynes Curiosity

Linda Haynes

Linda Haynes appreciates great talent – in the arts and at Wipfli. She says it enriches her life.

Tania Erdmann

Tania Erdmann

Working through adversity requires resilience and perseverance. It also taught Tania the value of accepting help and working as a team.

Nik Wong

Nik Wong

Being a professional DJ is just one of a dozen talents Nik uses in his day-to-day life. From accounting to serving on the board of a non-profit soccer league, Nik does everything with courage and caring.

Temeshia Pierce

Temeshia Pierce

There are thousands of books on the power of positivity, but Temeshia is the living embodiment of it. She brings her passion and caring spirit to work, to her family and to her community.

Adam Kouhel

Adam Kouhel

Whether he's volunteering on a crisis response team for a client, building a business resource group or supporting LGBTQ youth, Adam knows the importance of teamwork to achieve excellence.

What we stand for
Wipfli believes in a world where all voices are equally heard.
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Careers
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From curiosity to clarity to results. That's Wipfli.

Our clients rely on us because we see their success the same way they do: As a continual process. We know that business is fluid and results aren’t an endpoint; they’re waypoints on a trajectory toward success.