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The Bonadio Group welcomes tax principal and security associate to the Albany office



The Bonadio Group, upstate New York’s largest independent provider of accounting, tax, and consulting services, has hired Gloria Nostramo, CPA, to re-join the firm as a tax principal in the Commercial division and Michael Cross, to join the firm’s Enterprise Risk Management division.

Gloria Nostramo specializes in providing tax services for a variety of clients with a primary focus on commercial, construction, and real estate, as well as various tax-exempt organizations.  She provides services to numerous such organizations and has experience in a variety of engagements. Nostramo began her career in public accounting with The Bonadio Group (formerly Dorfman-Robbie, CPAs P.C.) in May 2006 after graduating from Siena College, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.

Michael Cross focuses on information security and risk management consulting across a wide variety of environments including healthcare, education, and non-profit.  He concentrates on security assessments and auditory efforts where he leverages industry best practice and regulatory compliance standards to offer a complete security evaluation. Cross holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Network Security, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice, both from the University of Maryland. Since graduating, he has obtained professional qualifications such as Security+, while pursuing more advanced certifications in the offensive and cyber security industries.

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