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Y2K brought Dan back to professional services where he used his business process expertise to grow into an IT advisory specialist leading BP’s risk and compliance efforts through the due diligence necessary to minimize disruptions to several business lines.
Since 2000, he has been working in public accounting as an IT assurance and advisory specialist rotating through several roles with Ernst & Young and BDO. In addition to client facing work, Dan was noted for his contributions to internal development at both firms. Key projects included recruiting and retaining staff through the implementation of SOX and Portfolio Management for the global IT transformation.
As a client services professional, Dan specialized in public company audits and ERP implementation risk management. He regularly worked with Fortune 500 IT leaders analyzing the risk and control solutions that affected their business operations and financial reporting solutions. He has worked across all industries including manufacturing, distribution & retail, financial services, government and non-profit, telecommunications, and government contracting.
As a teacher and trainer, Dan has taught at the University level and has been a key contributor to course development and facilitation at Ernst & Young. He has a face for radio and an engaging voice & personality that will keep your audience spell bound!
Dan has been prematurely aged by his three teenage daughters who are smart and beautiful and always pushing the envelope. When he is not working for his clients or attending to the girls, he rides his Victory Vegas motorcycle and relaxes in his hot tub thinking big thoughts.
Dan Grossberg, CPA, CISA
IT Consultant / ERP Risk Management / Trainer
Starting as a CPA with Peat Marwick’s Private Business Practice, Dan has had a long and diverse career since that role. He then left public accounting to pursue higher education as a career before coming back to join Grant Thornton. A second escape took him through the construction business as a project manager and controller/CFO, but it was not long lived.