YORK, PA (July 26, 2017) – RKL LLP today announced that D. Hunter Mink, CPA, CCIFP®, has been recognized among the region’s most accomplished young leaders by the Central Penn Business Journal as part of its 2017 “Forty Under 40” awards program.
“Not only is Hunter an industry expert and a strategic advisor to his clients, he also plays a key role in shaping the future of our firm and improving the quality of life in the York community,” RKL CEO Edward W. Monborne said. “We’re pleased to see the Central Penn Business Journal celebrate Hunter for the many qualities that make him a valued member of the RKL team.”
Mink joined RKL in 2012 as a manager in the firm’s Audit Services Group, where he plans and supervises audit engagements for clients across a wide range of industries. He specializes in serving the consulting and assurance needs of the architecture/engineering (A/E) sector and works closely with many A/E firms throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Mink also sits on RKL’s Audit & Accounting Committee, helping to manage the firm’s professional development, continuing education and quality control standards.
A member of RKL’s Real Estate Development & Construction Industry Group, Mink deepened his expertise and expanded his relevance in the sector by becoming a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP®) in 2015. Achieving the CCIFP designation places Mink among an elite group of professionals nationwide that meet rigorous standards of ethical financial management in the complex construction environment.
A 2009 graduate of the Leadership York training program, Mink recently advanced to leadership positions with two local civic and professional development organizations. He was installed as Treasurer of the South Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) in May, and was named Vice President of the York East Rotary Club earlier this month.
Mink serves as Board Member and Treasurer for the Farm & Natural Lands Trust of York County and sits on the Annual Campaign Cabinet for the United Way of York County. Mink also pays his professional expertise forward to local students, participating in hands-on educational events from Junior Achievement of South Central PA and presenting at Dallastown High School’s business ethics workshop.
Mink holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from York College of Pennsylvania. He has been licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in Pennsylvania since 2007, and belongs to the PICPA and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). A lifelong York County resident, Mink resides in York with his wife, Emily, and his twin daughters.
The annual “Forty Under 40” program celebrates Central Pennsylvania’s best and brightest young business leaders. Mink and his fellow 2017 honorees will be celebrated on October 2 at a ceremony at the Hilton Harrisburg. Click here for more information on CPBJ’s “Forty Under 40” Awards.