ACG San Diego Welcomes Carlos Martinez of Haskell & White to the Board

Carlos Martinez

San Diego, CA- November 2, 2017 – The San Diego Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG San Diego) is pleased to announce that Carlos Martinez, CPA of Haskell & White, one of the largest independently owned accounting, auditing, and tax consulting firms in Southern California, was elected to serve on its Board of Directors.  Carlos has been a Member of ACG San Diego since 2014 and instrumental over that period of time serving on the organization’s Program's Committee.

Mr. Martinez is a senior audit manager in Haskell & White's Audit and Business Advisory Services Group. Carlos has more than 10 years of accounting and auditing experience. Carlos’ areas of expertise include financial accounting and reporting, compliance, auditing, internal control reviews and operational efficiency opportunities, as well as assisting clients with mergers, acquisitions, leveraged buy-outs, and recapitalizations. He also has expertise working with private equity groups and serving their portfolio companies.

Carlos spent two years in North Carolina working at one of the nation’s largest accounting firms, returning in 2014 to San Diego where he began his career in public accounting after graduating with a bachelors’ degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting from San Diego State University. He is a member of the AICPA and the CalCPA. Carlos is active in the San Diego community through his involvement in organizations other than ACG such as BIOCOM, San Diego Venture Group, and Corporate Directors’ Forum.

“I am excited to have Carlos join our Board of Directors and continue making an impact on program initiatives,” stated John Rains, President of ACG San Diego.  “He brings a great vision on how we wish to offer insightful programs and educational topics to our membership and middle market business community. ACG San Diego is also very appreciative of Haskell & White's continued support and sponsorship of our organization.”