Dylan is a member of MFA’s Audit Practice and manages all facets of attestation engagements including the risk assessment, selection and performance of testing procedures, preparation and review of financial statements and monitoring of audit team members. His expertise spans multiple industries including high technology, professional services, manufacturing and healthcare. Dylan earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Northeastern University.
Nonprofit organizations we support with audit, tax & advisory solutions
Percentage of nonprofits we support who are government-funded
Technology companies we work with to provide a full-spectrum of financial solutions
Software and software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies we support in their pursuit for financial vitality
Aggregate revenue of companies we audit
Areas of Focus
In encouraging and cultivating innovation, we continually display an unwavering entrepreneurism in hopes of pioneering forward the vision of all those around us.
At MFA, we are unique thinkers with the power of exponential thought, all of which is magnified when we think freely, openly and for the collaborative purpose of helping our customers and fellow colleagues achieve their definition of success.
One of the most important roles we play is as a sounding board. Whenever the path forward is unclear, we’re here for our customers to help guide them in the right direction.
For us, it’s all about empowering people & organizations to find their path to prosperity & fulfillment.
At the end of the day, it’s not just about filing tax returns, it’s about teammates. It’s not just about conducting audits, it’s about allies. Being a partner and not a vendor. This is the philosophy that guides how MFA works with each and every customer.
Our abundant curiosity, fresh perspectives and divergent thinking get our customers looking at their businesses and personal financial matters in a whole new light — opening the flood gates for new ideas and innovative solutions.
- Favorite board game
- If you could time travel, when would you travel to?
- Late 1960s
- What do you hope never changes?
- Ice Cream
- Something everyone should do once in their lives
- Run a marathon