Wendy Stevens Partner

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The firm’s Quality & Risk Management Team is responsible for the firm’s compliance with professional standards, risk management, independence and ethics, and provides technical support to the firm’s accounting and auditing practice through consultation, quality reviews and monitoring of policies and procedures. The firm’s commitment to Quality can be found in our inaugural Quality Intelligence Report. Wendy’s more than 35 years of experience includes providing accounting and auditing services to a variety of public and private clients in a multitude of industries. She is involved with complex accounting issues providing advisory services regarding accounting, auditing and compliance matters, including SEC rules, PCAOB standards and ethical compliance.  Wendy graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting.

Industry Expertise

Software and Technology
Media and Communications

Manufacturing and Distribution
Real Estate

Service Specialties

Accounting and Auditing Assurance
Mergers and Acquisitions/Dispositions

Public and Private Equity
Public Company Services

Licenses & Certifications

Certified Public Accountant, New York



Standing Advisory Group (SAG) of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) (2017-2019)
Center for Audit Quality’s Professional Practice Executive Committee (2015-2020) and Smaller Firms Task Force

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants

Volunteer Activities

Great Neck Student Aid Fund, Financial Aid Officer



“Auditors Face Global Overhaul in How They Patrol Their Work.”  Bloomberg Tax  2019
“Special report: Fostering gender parity.”  Long Island Business News (LIBN)  2018

“Women at Mazars Press for Progress in the Accounting Industry.” CommPRO  2018

Speaking Engagements

Conference Speaker: “Auditing Standards Shifting Away from Simple Checklists” The Trusted Professional NYSSCPA  Nov 2019

Conference Speaker: “2018 Was Slower Year for PCAOB, But Expect Ramp-Up in 2019” The Trusted Professional NYSSCPA  Nov 2018


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