IRVINE, Calif. (Sept. 18, 2007) – Joyce Salter, Principal in the Audit and Business Advisory Services Group for Haskell & White LLP, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Working Wardrobes, an Orange County-based non-profit organization that helps men and women in crises re-enter the workforce through wardrobing and career development.
Salter, who is eager to bring her skills and knowledge to the Working Wardrobes organization, will assist the non-profit with business and financial decisions, as she does daily for her clients at Haskell & White.
“It is an honor to have Joyce join our Board,” said Working Wardrobes CEO and Founder Jerri Rosen. “We have an exceptionally strong board and Joyce is a superb addition. We look forward to Joyce’s strength as an accounting professional as well as her personal passion to make a difference in the Orange County community.”
Prior to joining Haskell & White, Salter spent more than six years at Arthur Andersen LLP in offices in Orange County, Los Angeles and Australia, working primarily with public and private companies in the manufacturing and technology industries.
About Haskell & White
Haskell & White is one of the largest independently owned accounting, auditing and tax consulting firms in Southern California, specializing in servicing public and private middle market companies. Haskell & White combines the expansive services, knowledge, experience and reach of national and international accounting firms with the personal attention, responsiveness and affordability of a local organization. Haskell & White works with companies in a broad range of industries including real estate, manufacturing, distribution, technology, and retail. The firm provides solid expertise and services to its clients in the tax and audit disciplines, including advising SEC registrants and consulting on mergers and acquisitions. Further information on Haskell & White can be found on the firm website, www.hwcpa.com.
About Working Wardrobes
Working Wardrobes, an independent, nonprofit organization, helps men and women in crises re-enter the workforce through wardrobing and career development. Clients receive professional wardrobing and personal grooming services, and access to the Career Development Center offering a Career Developer for one-on-one consultations, job referrals, internet access for job searches, resume development tools and a resource library. Since 1991, Working Wardrobes has served nearly 35,000 adults experiencing a variety of life crises including homelessness, catastrophic illness, alcohol and substance abuse, and traumatic financial losses. Working Wardrobes serves Cal Works recipients, clients of social service agencies, and individuals in 60 shelters/programs in Orange County, Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. www.workingwardrobes.org.