Jim Mylen (CBB 2009) was recently named Cleveland Managing Partner at KPMG. Mylen previously served as KPMG’s regional advisory office leader. According to a Crain’s Cleveland Business article, Mylen’s focus in the new position will be to grow the firm, something he plans to do by recruiting the right people from the ground up by focusing on college students. In the article he states, “The biggest headwind is the competition for talent and making sure we have the right talent, the right skill sets, on our team,” he said.
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