John Turgeon
CPA, HCS, Partner, Co-Leader - CohnReznick Affiliated Companies

John Turgeon is currently a Client Relationship Executive and Co-Managing Director of CohnReznick’s Affiliated Companies.  With the firm’s significant growth, he spends a great deal of his time today educating the business community on the firm’s expanded services and capabilities.  John has over 38 years of professional experience, and has worked directly with leaders in the manufacturing, distribution, construction, real estate, professional services, life sciences, not-for-profit and other industry sectors.  He has also held several different leadership roles both inside and outside the firm.  

John’s background in human capital management has also allowed him to serve as an experienced facilitator leading several planning retreats, interactive presentations, workshops, and learning programs.  Over the years, he has received special recognition from Dale Carnegie, the University of Connecticut Department of Accounting, Western New England University Department of Accounting, and the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, among others. 


Harvard Business School, Leading Change and Organizational Renewal Executive Education Program

BS, Western New England University

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants 
- Served as President, President-Elect, Treasurer and Secretary
- Served on Strategic Planning, Governance Structure, and Human Resources Committees


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