Haskell & White Executive Named to Board of Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center – Audit manager follows firm’s tradition of community service


IRVINE, Calif. (August 12, 2017) – Haskell & White LLP is pleased to announce that Senior Audit Manager Hogiadi “Hogi” Kurniawan, CPA has joined the Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center’s board of directors.

“This is an honor to serve on the board of such a fantastic nonprofit organization,” said Kurniawan, a father of two young children. “Child abuse is a major problem that can have tragic consequences, and the Center works diligently to strengthen the bonds of hundreds of thousands of families affected by this problem.”

As one of the largest independently owned accounting, auditing and tax consulting firms in Southern California, Haskell & White stands out as one of the most philanthropic organizations in the region as well. Its culture, policies and the personal dedication of more than 80 employees in Orange and San Diego counties have yielded prestigious recognitions including awards from the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Association for Corporate Growth.

“As a firm, we maintain a close connection to the community where we work and live and make it part of our culture to volunteer,” said Rick Smetanka, CPA, Partner-in-Charge, Audit and Business Advisory Services Group, and a former board member of the Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center. “The Haskell & White family is proud of Hogi for his board service to this special organization, and we support his endeavors to the fullest extent.”

Prior to Haskell & White, Hogi worked for a Big Four firm serving public and private companies. Hogi graduated from Indiana University Kelley School of Business, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of Certified Public Accountants. He has also served on the Board of the Asian American Alliance.

“Our cause gets so much stronger when leaders and thinkers like Hogi join the board,” said Scott Trotter, Executive Director of the Child Abuse Prevention Center. “His talents in accounting and financial management, as well as his passion for children, are vital to us being a well-run nonprofit. Haskell & White does so much for the nonprofit community! Hogi is an extension of its passion to see improvement in Orange County.”

About Haskell & White LLP
Haskell & White LLP is one of the largest independently owned accounting, auditing and tax consulting firms in Southern California, servicing public and private middle-market companies. With locations in Irvine and San Diego, Haskell & White combines the expansive services, knowledge, experience and reach of national and international accounting firms with the personal attention, responsiveness and value of a local organization. Haskell & White works with companies in a broad range of industries, including real estate, manufacturing, distribution, life science, 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’s website, hwcpa.com. Connect with Haskell & White at facebook.com/haskellandwhite and twitter.com/haskellandwhite.


About The Child Abuse Prevention Center

The Child Abuse Prevention Center (CAPC) is Orange County’s leading not-for-profit organization focused exclusively on the prevention of child abuse.  The early intervention programs of the Prevention Center have a well-documented record of working to prevent child abuse before it occurs by strengthening family bonds and increasing parent education and support. The Child Abuse Prevention Center is committed to quality direct services for at-risk children and their families, and has reached over 340,000 children and parents since its inception in 1983. For more information please visit: www.BrightFutures4Kids.org or engage on Facebook at www.facebook.com/childabusepreventioncenter.