Press Archive Archives - Whitley Penn

The collection of previous press releases from Whitley Penn.

Whitley Penn Recognized by the University of Houston as a Cougar 100 Company

Houston, TX (February 16, 2023) – Whitley Penn has been named to the University of Houston’s (UH) Cougar 100 List for an eighth year. This year, the firm ranked at #55.  The Cougar 100 award identifies, recognizes, and celebrates the world’s fastest UH Cougar-owned and Cougar-led businesses, demonstrating to all that UH alumni are among


Whitley Penn Announces New Partners

Fort Worth, TX (December 12, 2022) – Whitley Penn is pleased to announce the following individuals have been promoted to Partner as of January 1, 2023: “We congratulate and welcome these accomplished individuals to the Whitley Penn Partnership,” stated Larry G. Autrey, Whitley Penn Managing Partner. “With this outstanding group of 16 leaders, we are


Autumn Kraus Receives YMCA Catalyst Advancing Equity Award

Plano, TX (October 19, 2022) – Autumn Kraus, Whitley Penn Forensic Litigation and Valuation Partner received the YMCA Catalyst Advancing Equity Award at the October 18, 2022, YMCA Key Leaders Luncheon. The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas developed the Catalyst Advancing Equity award to recognize an individual and organization that has been crucial to advancing the


Whitley Penn Named to Dallas Business Journal’s Middle Market 50 List

Dallas, TX (October 18, 2022) – Whitley Penn has been listed for the seventh year in a row to the Dallas Business Journal’s seventh annual Middle Market 50 list. The firm ranked #45. The list honors the fastest-growing private and public companies that are based in Dallas-Fort Worth and have an annual revenue between $10


Jake Morris Joins Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Big Climb Executive Committee

Houston, TX (September 8, 2022) – Jake Morris, Client Accounting & Advisory Services (CAAS) Senior Manager, has joined the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Big Climb Houston Executive Committee. The Big Climb is a fundraising challenge where participants climb the stairs of an iconic building in their local community in order to raise critical funds for

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