Awards, Honors and Recognition
2006 Distinguished Achievement Award
For six years running, Haskell & White has earned kudos from the local arts community as an award recipient at the annual "Business in the Arts" event presented by the Orange County Business Committee for the Arts. The awards recognize the outstanding commitment, participation and innovation of local companies in the region's cultural organizations. The Firm's contributions benefit the Laguna Playhouse, South Coast Repertory and Irvine Barclay Theater, among others.
Haskell & White co-founder David R. White II was presented with the 2005 DreamMaker Award by the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Ana, an honor celebrating his philanthropic spirit and 14 years of service to the Orange County organization. Throughout the last 14 years, Mr. White II has served on the club's board of directors and helped the organization achieve its goals of providing local youth with life-enhancing programs, character-developing experiences and a safe place for children to grow as individuals.
Best Companies to Work for in Orange County
Haskell & White is a place where people strive to provide superior customer service, but realize life is too short to work all night. This emphasis on a healthy work/life balance is one reason OC METRO magazine named Haskell & White one of Orange County's seven best places to work in 2005. In the magazine's annual review of local businesses, Firm employees cited flexible work schedules, exceptional opportunities for professional growth and education, and a commitment to employees with families among the many reasons they love working at the Firm.
Honorary Member, Beta Alpha Psi (Wayne Pinnell)
In May 2005, Haskell & White managing partner Wayne Pinnell was initiated as an honorary member of California State University, Fullerton's chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, an international fraternal organization for financial information students and professionals. The nomination was sponsored by students to recognize Mr. Pinnell's dedication to teaching at the University, and his mentoring of young accountants beyond the classroom.