2017-2018 Southwestern Chapter Leadership

LaDawn-Yesho---230x230President – LaDawn D. Yesho

LaDawn, is an executive vice president and chief audit executive of S&T Bancorp, Inc, and S&T Bank. In her current role at S&T she oversees all aspects of the company’s auditing functions. In addition to serving as the president for the PICPA Southwestern Chapter, she serves on the IIA Board of Governors and is the co-chairman of the Advocacy Committee, is a member of the Westmoreland County United Way Women’s Leadership Council, board member of the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown Accounting Alumni Association, and member of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Eberly College Business and IT Advisory Council. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor of arts degree in accounting and finance. LaDawn is a certified public accountant and holds a certification in risk management assurance designation. LaDawn looks forward to continuing to work with the executive board to provide a variety of events and opportunities to maximize members’ benefits and experiences with the PICPA.

2017-2018 Chapter Officers

President-Elect – Thomas S. Rennie

Tom is the partner in charge of the Greensburg and Latrobe offices of Rennie and Associates CPAs. He performs various tax services for large privately held companies, small to mid-sized closely held entities and individuals. Tom is a graduate of John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio with a BSBA in accountancy. Tom  is a member of the PICPA Budget Committee and 2015 PIPCA Young Leader Award recipient. He is also the co-chair of the Southwestern Chapter Tax Conference. Outside of the PICPA he volunteers as soccer and baseball coach for his son and is treasurer his community homeowners association.

Secretary/Treasurer – Thomas E. Barnes

Tom is a senior accountant at Clay & Gascoine LLC and specializes in audit and tax for businesses, not-for-profits, oil and gas companies, as well as individuals. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh and is a member of the Indiana Young Professionals Organization. In his free time he enjoys playing baseball and softball.

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