L. Jarred Corn joined the Governmental Services Department at Bowman & Co. LLP in 1992. Effective July 1, 2022, he was elected to managing partner.
Corn was admitted to partner at the Voorhees-based accounting and management consultancy in 2007. According to Bowman, he has provided audit and consulting services for numerous government entities and nonprofit organizations, including with the cities of Newark and Camden, and the Delaware River Port Authority. His areas of expertise include: the audits of municipal governments, school districts, private schools for the disabled and nonprofit organizations; authorities, including fire districts; and federal award and state financial assistance programs.
Many of his audit engagement clients are subject to the requirements of the Uniform Guidance, Bowman said.
Corn has also played a part in developing and leading in-house continuing professional education seminars on topics ranging from the implementation of generally accepted accounting principles for governmental entities, school district accounting and auditing, and New Jersey municipal accounting and auditing.
He is a past participant in Governmental Accounting Standards Board-hosted roundtables and has served as a member of several peer review teams. Corn is licensed to practice as a Certified Public Accountant, Public School Accountant and Registered Municipal Accountant in New Jersey. A member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, he serves on the Governmental Accounting and Auditing Interest Group for the latter.
Corn’s election followed news from earlier in the month of a trio of promotions and one new hire at Bowman, all effective July 1:
Palmer was promoted to partner. He started his career with the Governmental Services Department in 2007 and specializes in the audit of county and municipal governments, school districts, charter schools, and fire districts of the State of New Jersey.
Formerly a senior manager in the Commercial Services Department, Skalkowski was named partner. His area of expertise includes audit and accounting services for not-for-profit organizations, joint insurance funds, county insurance commissions, medical practices, retail, wholesalers and contractors.
William Reilly IV, Jonathan Wascovich and Ralph Picone
Reilly and Wascovich, already colleagues at the firm, were named to the position of senior manager. Picone, meanwhile, joins the firm with the same title.
Bowman also has offices in Woodbury and Moorestown.l