St. Louis Business Journal Recognizes Alumni of 40 Under 40
Through its 40 Under 40 program, the St. Louis Business Journal has been identifying leaders in the business community since 1995. This year, they are recognizing past winners as they search for the most popular alumni from each 40 Under 40 class.
Most popular or not, we are proud of Brown Smith Wallace professionals who have been selected for the 40 Under 40 classes over the years.
Tony Caleca, Class of 2004:
Tony Caleca, Partner in Charge of Audit Services at Brown Smith Wallace, became the youngest person admitted to partnership at the firm in 2002 and has served Brown Smith Wallace clients for more than 20 years. He also serves the community and profession locally and nationally by serving on boards for Christian Brothers College High School and Cardinal Glennon Regional Medical Center and the AICPA Life & LTD Trust Committee.
Ted Flom, Class of 2007:
Ted Flom, Partner in Charge of Advisory Services at Brown Smith Wallace, became a partner in 2006 after three years with the firm. Ted helps clients manage business risk, improve processes and internal controls, and comply with the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. He is president of the Gladys & Henry Crown Center for Senior Living and also serves on the boards for the Jewish Community Center, St. Louis Men's Group Against Cancer and the Institute of Internal Auditors.
Lincoln Gray, Class of 2014:
Lincoln Gray, Partner in Charge of Broker-Dealer and Investment Advisory Services at Brown Smith Wallace, joined the firm in 2002 and became a partner in 2015. He serves on the board and development committee for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis and is a Partners in Progress Advisory Board member of his alma mater Southeast Missouri State University’s accounting department.
Voting for the class of 2004 is open this week. Keep an eye out in the coming weeks to vote for the classes of 2007 and 2014.