Three alumni join Accounting Advisory Council

By Kevin Manne

This fall, the School of Management’s Accounting Advisory Council added three successful alumni to its ranks: Kelly Amos, BS ’11, MS ’12; Gretta Miles, BS ’03; and Andy Moon, BS ’06.

The council assists the School of Management and its Accounting and Law Department by providing external perspective and advocacy for the department’s programs and strategic priorities. Council members also generously give to the school through philanthropic initiatives and by sharing their expertise with students.

Meet the Accounting Advisory Council’s newest members

Kelly Amos, BS ’11, MS ’12, CPA, is a senior manager in Deloitte’s risk and financial advisory transactions, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) practice. Amos is a versatile finance professional, who leads large strategic M&A and finance transformation engagements. She started her career as a postgraduate technical assistant at the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. In 2020, Amos relocated from New York City to Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Gretta Miles, BS ’03, CPA, is the vice president, controller and assistant treasurer at Carrols Restaurant Group, the largest Burger King franchisee in the U.S., currently operating 1,020 Burger King restaurants in 23 states as well as 60 Popeyes restaurants in six states. In her role at Carrols, Miles is responsible for oversight of accounting, SEC reporting, tax and treasury and is a key partner to the CEO and CFO with respect to investor relations. Miles began her career with Deloitte & Touche LLP, in their Buffalo and New York City offices. She currently serves on the board of Wayne Cooperative Insurance Co. as chair of the audit committee and a member of the risk committee.

Andy Moon, BS ’06, CPA/ABV, is a tax partner at Tronconi Segarra & Associates LLP, one of the largest CPA firms in Western New York. Moon began his public accounting career at Tronconi Segarra & Associates and has the distinction of being the first associate who began his career with the firm to be named a partner. In addition to serving corporate, partnership and multi-state clients requiring tax consulting and compliance services, he also earned the AICPA Accredited in Business Valuations credential and provides valuation services to clients as well. Moon demonstrates his belief in giving back to the community by being the treasurer of, and a member of the board of directors and finance committee, of the Friends of Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve and a member of the finance committee of the Western New York Land Conservancy.