Brett has been with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for the last 35 years and is currently a National office partner in the Accounting Services Group. He leads the income tax team and serves as a liaison to the pharmaceutical and life sciences practice. Brett regularly assists engagement teams and clients in addressing complex accounting issues and in resolving matters with the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has authored much of the PwC’s internal policy guidance and external publications related to accounting for income tax and revenue recognition and has served on various standard-setting committees.
An avid cyclist and environmentalist, Brett’s first encounter with Hazon was back in 2007 when he and his entire family (wife, children and parents) participated in their first of many NY Rides. Since then, Brett completed the Israel Ride in 2016. He is also a 16-year veteran of the Pan Mass Challenge.
Besides cycling, Brett is an electric vehicle enthusiast, having participated in a pilot program with BMW back in 2012. He has owned and driven EVs exclusively since that time and encouraged countless friends and family members to join the EV revolution.
Brett has been a trustee and finance committee member at Congregation B’nai Israel in Millburn NJ and is also active in AIPAC, Federation of Metrowest, ADL, and JNF. He also served as treasurer and executive committee board member of the Racquets Club of Short Hills.
Graduating with a bachelors in accountancy from the State University of New York at Albany in 1982, Brett is a CPA in both NY and NJ. Brett resides in Short Hills NJ, along with his wife, Heidi, and their teenage children, Koby & Kayla
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