DALLAS (January 15, 2020) – Leading advisory, assurance and tax firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (Baker Tilly) announced David Eisenlohr has joined the firm as a director in its public sector consulting practice. Eisenlohr will apply his more than 30 years of experience to help public sector organizations address their complex organizational and operational challenges. He will focus on the delivery of multi-disciplined solutions across the domains of business and technology strategy, organizational design, process improvement and performance management.
Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Eisenlohr worked in the public sector practice of several large national and international consulting firms. Most recently, he was the president and founder of The Azimuth Group, a Dallas-based municipal government consulting firm.
“Today’s public sector leaders face unprecedented challenges in developing and executing creative solutions to enhance public value,” noted Vicki Vogel-Hellenbrand, partner and leader of Baker Tilly’s public sector practice. “The insights and understanding David brings to these challenges, leveraging the robust resources of our public sector solutions teams, will help state and local government leaders achieve new levels of performance and results for the citizens they serve.”
For information on Baker Tilly’s public sector practice, visit bakertilly.com/industries/state-and-local-government.
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