Nonprofit Audit Partner
Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs
Jennifer Arminger joined Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs (GRF) in 2008, after earning a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Maryland. With help from firm mentors, Arminger emerged as a rising star, the firm’s youngest partner at 30.
Three years later, Arminger is a thought leader in nonprofit accounting and employee benefit plan audits, said Jacqueline Cardello, GRF president and managing partner. “She has recruited nearly 40 new clients, grossing more than $600,000 in revenue while managing 86 engagements with assets greater than $350 million in revenues, invoicing more than $3.6 million for GRF.”
Arminger is now a mentor for the firm’s aspiring leaders and new employees. “I set an example for effective leadership and demonstrate the importance of goal-setting, with an emphasis on community service and inclusive firm culture,” she said.
Arminger is a board member for the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance and Live Baltimore, has created a boot camp to help nonprofit leaders overcome challenges and provides some reduced-cost and free consultation. “Almost all of my clients are nonprofit groups and I know the work those leaders do to fill society’s many unanswered needs. I want to make a meaningful impact on my community,” she said.