Jim Mylen Named New OMP for Cleveland Office

We are pleased to announce that James (Jim) Mylen has been named Cleveland Office Managing Partner (OMP), effective October 1, 2018. Jim succeeds John MacIntosh, who will focus his attention on his roles of National Service Leader for Consumer Goods, Global Lead Partner for a key account and other global lead partner roles.

We would like to thank John for his many contributions to the firm and his dedication to our people, clients, and community as OMP for the past 11 years. John is known for his market focus, developing our people, and raising KPMG’s profile in the community. He has helped initiate and fortify strong relationships with existing and new clients, strengthening the foundation for continued growth of the Cleveland office.

Jim is a proven leader as evident in his latest role as Advisory Office Leader (AOL) in the Columbus Market Hub. He is a role model for KPMG’s culture as an exemplary mentor within his Risk Consulting practice and in the Cleveland office. Jim also serves as the Alumni Leader for the Cleveland office. Jim’s solid relationships with clients in Cleveland as well as in the community position him well to strengthen and grow the Cleveland office.

Please join us in congratulating Jim on his new role and thanking John for his leadership in Cleveland.

 

About James Mylen

Jim has 25 years of audit and advisory experience in client service along with prior corporate experience at Fortune 500 companies. He has been with KPMG for 14 years in the internal audit practice where he has led and coordinated advisory engagements across several industries.

Jim is lead partner on a key account in Cleveland. He also has invaluable experience in cross-functional market development at a number of Cleveland clients where he has introduced Tax and other Advisory service lines.

Jim has been active in his local community as a Board Member of Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland Baseball Federation, and a member of various committees at Benedictine High School. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration at Cleveland State University.