Joey began his career more than 15 years ago at Deloitte in Houston where he worked in its Enterprise Risk Services practice. In 2007, he began his first stint with Holtzman Partners’ Internal Controls group. He left the firm in 2010 to work at Green Mountain Energy as Manager of the Billing Operations department. In 2012, his career took a major change when he became a Pastor at his church, Hill Country Bible Church of Austin, first as the Middle School Pastor and then later transitioning to be the Executive Pastor of Administration.
In 2016, Joey decided that it was time to resume his career in public accounting and was welcomed back to Holtzman Partners as a Senior Manager in the Internal Controls and Advisory practices. Throughout the course of his career in public accounting, Joey has served numerous notable companies including: Kinder Morgan, BMC Software, Green Mountain Energy, Golfsmith, Solar Winds, and Whole Foods.
Joey has served a wide array of industries, including high tech, energy, and retail. He enjoys collaborating with clients to ensure that their controls not only support the reporting of accurate financial information, but are also optimized to increase business efficiency and reduce costs.
After passing the CPA with honors in 2004, Joey became a licensed CPA in the state of Texas in 2005. He earned a B.B.A in accounting and an M.S. in management information systems from Texas A&M University. Joey is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) as well as a member of the AICPA and ISACA.
What do you enjoy in your spare time?
I really enjoy watching Aggie and Packer football, watching English Premier and Champions League soccer, playing soccer on a weekly basis, and most importantly, spending time with my family which includes my wife Beth and our three kids, Addison, Joey (the 5th) and Lucy.
Where is your favorite place to travel to or visit?
I grew up in New York, and my favorite place to visit is still the “Big Apple,” especially during the holiday season.
What’s your favorite thing to do in Austin?
Use Waze to avoid rush-hour traffic