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Jennifer Brandt Comes On Board Stinnett & Associates' Denver Office

The new principal has dedicated more than a decade to the professional advisory firm


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Stinnett & Associates, a certified Women's Business Enterprise and professional advisory firm announced the appointment of Jennifer Brandt as principal of its newly expanded Denver office.

Stinnett & Associates LLC is a professional advisory firm offering business process improvement services to public and private companies, including internal audit, Sarbanes-Oxley, vendor audit, cybersecurity, fraud and forensics, cost recovery, information technology, banking/FDICIA, business continuity planning and governance risk and compliance.

Since joining the Tulsa-based business in 2005, Brandt has played a critical role in leading client engagement, developing strategy and guiding internal initiatives. With more than 20 years of experience in information technology, she is involved in numerous aspects of clients' IT risk management.

Brandt is a Certified Information Systems Auditor, associate business continuity professional, active member and frequently sought-after speaker for the Institute of Internal Auditors and Information Systems Audit and Control Association.

With offices in Dallas, Denver, Houston, Oklahoma City, San Antonio and Tulsa, Stinnett & Associates seeks to deliver quality results and innovative solutions.

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