KPMG names Keith Jenkins managing partner for New Orleans and Baton Rouge

27 November 2023 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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KPMG US has promoted Keith Jenkins to managing partner of its New Orleans and Baton Rouge offices, effective November 1.

Jenkins succeeds Lee Anne Sciambra, who has led the Louisiana offices since 2009. Sciambra is moving on to a national leadership position.

In his new role, Jenkins will lead strategic direction and growth of the New Orleans and Baton Rouge markets and oversee development of over 125 partners and professionals across audit, tax, and consulting.

“I’m pleased to announce that Audit Partner Keith Jenkins has been appointed to serve as the next New Orleans and Baton Rouge office managing partner,” Sciambra wrote in a LinkedIn post. “It has been my privilege and honor to serve in this role for the past 14 years, and I am so proud of what our New Orleans and Baton Rouge offices have accomplished together as a team.”KPMG names Keith Jenkins managing partner for New Orleans and Baton Rouge“I can take great pride and comfort knowing that our offices will be under Keith’s leadership,” she added.

Jenkins joined the audit practice of KPMG in New Orleans in 2004 and was named a partner in 2016. He holds an MBA from the University of New Orleans and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Louisiana State University.

“I am honored and look forward to working with our tremendous team of partners and professionals to help our clients adapt and thrive in today’s ever-changing environment, whether driven by economic forces, changing customer patterns, disruptive technologies, or the rapidly-evolving regulatory environment,” said Jenkins. “I am equally excited to be positioned to deepen our relationships in the market and in our communities, to mentor our professionals and help shape their careers, and build on our strong culture based on the firm’s values.”

Other office KPMG office managing partner appointments this year include Wendy Lewis in Richmond, Peter Zalkind in Sacramento, and Ruby Hancock in Memphis.

KPMG is the fourth-largest accounting and consulting firm in the US, with annual revenue of $13.7 billion, according to Inside Public Accounting.