Mary is a seasoned professional with a decade of comprehensive experience in accounting and finance. Holding a B.A. in Accounting and an M.S.A., Mary is a valuable contributor to Browne Consulting, seamlessly integrating her extensive knowledge into the team’s fabric.
Mary’s professional journey spans private and public accounting, encompassing both commercial and nonprofit spheres. This diverse background underscores her commitment to excellence and a nuanced understanding of the intricacies inherent in financial management. In her decade-long career, Mary has demonstrated a keen ability to navigate the complexities of financial landscapes. Whether steering the fiscal course for corporate entities or providing invaluable guidance to nonprofits, her advisory acumen is marked by adaptability and a holistic comprehension of financial dynamics. While Mary’s focus at Browne Consulting does not adhere to a specific area, her versatility and broad skill set position her as an indispensable asset in client engagements.
Browne Consulting is committed to providing the highest standard of service to our clients every step of the way. As a trusted extension of your team, we offer consistency, as well as custom solutions backed by years of industry expertise.
Mark Mele brings over eight years of accounting and finance experience to Browne Consulting Group. Mark joined our team as a Controller, and now leads a team of one overseeing several newer clients who eagerly await their next significant R&D milestones. His areas of expertise are operational accounting, audit/tax preparation and support, accounting system implementation, management/investor financial reporting, budgets, and forecasts.
Prior to Browne Consulting Group, Mark worked at RSM in the Assurance practice serving clients in the renewable energy, manufacturing, and construction industries. After RSM, Mark worked at Cambridge Health Alliance as an Accounting Manager.
A: “Be a goldfish” – Ted Lasso
According to Ted Lasso, the happiest animal on Earth is a goldfish because it has a ten second memory. While one should learn from their mistakes, there is no need to dwell on them. Learn and move on.
A: I play in numerous recreational sports leagues.
M.S. in Accounting
B.S. in Corporate Finance and Accounting