The Pathways Autism Center owned by Dunwoody residents Jeff and Becky Lamont, has been recognized nationally as a top 10 percent provider by the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence, featured in “Georgia Trend” magazine, recognized by former mayor, Kasim Reed, and has been nominated by the Small Business Development Center of Georgia for the Small Business Administration National Business Person of the Year for 2018.
The center serves individuals with autism and related disorders through intensive applied behavior analysis therapy services. The facility will open a second location at 6849 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd. in Sandy Springs in February.
Windham Brannon, a leading provider of tax, audit, accounting and advisory services, has named Nicole Suk, principal, as shareholder at the firm.
Suk has more than 20 years of experience working primarily with multi-state and multi-national corporate, partnership and high net worth clients. Prior to joining the firm in 2012, Suk spent 10 years with Tarpley & Underwood until its merger with Windham Brannon. She also spent time working for AGCO Corporation and Equifax.
Currently, Suk serves as the firm’s international tax practice leader, assisting domestic and international-based companies with tax planning and compliance. Her experience with large global manufacturers brings depth to the firm’s experience with international taxation and issues facing globally expanding companies.
“Nicole is an integral part of our tax department, bringing years of technical expertise, as well as effective client service and leadership, to Windham Brannon,” said CEO and Managing Partner Heidi LaMarca.
Suk graduated with honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. She has served on the Board of Directors and held the position of Treasurer for the Sandy Springs Chamber of Commerce, and she is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA).