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Anechiarico Named Marketing Manager at Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte



Ali R. Anechiarico has been named the new Marketing Manager at Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte (TBC).  Prior to joining TBC, Ali was in charge of marketing at another professional services firm in Albany, New York.

As Marketing Manager for TBC, Ali will oversee all marketing initiatives for the firm that will continue to grow the TBC brand and expand the reach of the firm’s accounting, tax and advisory services.  She will work with TBC shareholders, partners and staff, to assist with business development efforts throughout the Capital District.

Ali has also been involved with several affiliations outside of work. She was a previous board member and EVP Communications for the New York Capital Region Chapter of the American Marketing Association, and a member of the Northeast Chapter of the Legal Marketing Association.

“We are so pleased to have Ali join our growing team at TBC.  She brings enthusiasm and energy to the position,” said James Drislane, Managing Partner at TBC.

TBC is the largest CPA firm in the Capital district with 53 CPAs.  A longtime member of CPAmerica, they offer a full range of services that supports providing customized accounting, tax and comprehensive financial expertise that enables superior financial performance of their client’s business or organization.  TBC serves thousands of clients in the areas of accounting, auditing, tax and advisory services.  They also offers specialty services such as trusts and estates, business advisory, valuation, litigation support services, fraud investigation, forensic accounting, and pension services for a diverse clientele in five primary markets: commercial businesses, governmental, employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations, and individuals.  They have been listed as a “Top Workplace” by the Times Union for seven consecutive years.

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