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Forensic Accounting Services owner Stephen Pedneault and
Practice Administrator Justine Hayes speak at Assumption
School in Manchester.
Stephen Pedneault and Justine Hayes of Forensic Accounting
ServicesinGlastonburyrecentlyvolunteeredattwoJuniorAchieve-
ment middle school days. The program is designed to introduce
students to the working world and promote financial literacy with
theguidanceofbusinessprofessionalsthroughaone-dayseminar.
This was Pedneault's fifth year teaching the program at Assump-
tionSchoolinManchester,whereheandHayesjoinedSisterJoan
Claire'sclassroomofeighthgraders.Thepairalsoparticipatedinthe
first-everJuniorAchievementdayatElisabethM.BennetAcademy.
Volunteersspeakaboutcareers,educationchoices,andthevalue
ofmoneyandsharereal-worldexperiences.Theyalsohelpdevel-
op decision-making and communication skills through interactive
gamesandactivitiesthatbringreal-lifesituationstotheclassroom.
Forensic Accounting Services Participates in
Junior Achievement Days
Marcum Employees Bike to Benefit Multiple Sclerosis
Member Snapshots
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MarcumpartnerandConnecticutDistrictExportCouncilchairman
JohnSchuyler
(fourthfromleft)visitedChinainMarchwithagroupofrepresentativesorganized
bytheU.S.DepartmentofCommerce,stateagencies,andprivatetechandindus-
trialgroups.
Marcum Partner Travels to China to Boost
Investment in Connecticut Businesses
Pictured (from left) are
Jordan Helter, Marcum supervisor;
Aaron McCoppin, Marcum systems analyst;
Noel Swartz, Marcum partner;
John Schuyler, Marcum partner; and Dr. Don Ringer.
Marcum staffers and friends participated in the
June3BikeMSridetobenefittheNationalMultiple
SclerosisSocietyConnecticutChapter.Thisisone
of many fundraisers Marcum employees can be
foundatthroughthesummer.