Godfrey and Mink Honored as PICPA Young Leaders | RKL LLP
Posted on: September 21st, 2017

RKL’s Godfrey and Mink Honored as PICPA Young Leaders

Kelly M. Godfrey, CPA

Kelly M. Godfrey, CPA

The Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) has named RKL’s Kelly M. Godfrey, CPA, and D. Hunter Mink, CPA, CCIFP®, among its 2017 Young Leaders, in recognition of their positive impact on the accounting profession and their communities.

Godfrey and Mink, along with their fellow Young Leader Award recipients, were honored at the PICPA Leadership Conference, held on September 18, 2017, in Harrisburg.

A manager in RKL’s Audit Services Group, Godfrey serves the accounting and assurance needs of clients in the not-for-profit and public sectors. In addition to her public accounting experience, she also has seven years of commercial operations management experience. Godfrey holds a B.S. in Sociology/Criminal Justice from Bloomsburg University and a B.S. in Accounting from Lebanon Valley College.

D. Hunter Mink, CPA, CCIFP, manager in RKL's Audit Services Group

D. Hunter Mink, CPA, CCIFP

Godfrey is an active PICPA member, serving on the Reading Chapter’s Emerging CPAs Committee, as well as the Local Government Accounting and Auditing, Not-for-Profit and Ethics committees. She also serves as a loaned accountant for the United Way of Berks County Annual Campaign and volunteers as a tutor for the organization’s Ready.Set.Read! program. Godfrey lives in Lebanon with her husband and three daughters.

In his role as Audit Services Group manager, Mink plans and supervises engagements for clients in a variety of industries. He primarily focuses on serving the consulting and assurance needs of the architecture/engineering (A/E) sector and the construction industry. He expanded his relevance and expertise in this sector by earning the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP®) designation in 2015. Mink also sits on RKL’s Audit & Accounting Committee, helping to manage the firm’s professional development, continuing education and quality control standards. He earned his B.S in Accounting from York College.

Mink recently elevated his PICPA engagement to a leadership role, when he was installed as Treasurer of the South Central Chapter in May of this year. A lifelong York County resident, Mink resides in York with his wife and twin daughters.


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