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Geffen Mesher Names Three New Shareholders

January 26, 2024

Geffen Mesher Names Three New Shareholders

Geffen Mesher recently announced that Anne Tankersley, Paige Lukens, and Rachel Henrichs had each been promoted to shareholder at the firm. The CEO of Geffen Mesher Michael Rompa noted: “Anne Tankersley, Paige Lukens, and Rachel Henrichs have successfully advised our clients for years. They exemplify stewardship, mentorship, and we are honored to welcome these three incredible women leaders into our shareholder group.”

Anne Tankersley: Anne joined Geffen Mesher in 2008 and has over 10 years of experience auditing a variety of employee benefit plans, including 401(k), pension, employee stock ownership, and health and welfare plans.

Anne has provided plan auditing services to a wide range of clients, including professional service firms and manufacturing companies. She partners with her clients to help navigate plan regulation compliance and supports them by recommending best practices throughout its administration.

Anne also provides financial statement assurance and accounting services to our clients, emphasizing hospitality, real estate, and investment companies.

Paige Lukens: Paige joined the firm in 2008. Having worked in both tax and audit at Geffen Mesher, Paige has a unique grasp on both disciplines. She is focused on providing exceptional tax services to clients in the industries of real estate, manufacturing, homebuilding, and professional services.  Paige enjoys being part of the client’s team, helping them make decisions that will shape the future of their companies.

In 2015 Paige began working remotely for Geffen Mesher, joining her husband on an extended RV road trip across the country, settling first in Knoxville, Tennessee, then Tampa, Florida, and now Miami.

She loves spending time at the beach with her family, building sandcastles with her two young children.

Rachel Henrichs: Rachel started her career focusing on long-term care communities.  After transitioning to Geffen Mesher in 2016, she has expanded her expertise to include the greater real estate industry, focusing on the entire life cycle of a project – development, management and leasing, and ultimate sale or exchange.  She is adept at navigating the complex requirements of Opportunity Zones and Section 1031 exchanges.

Rachel enjoys finding creative and savvy solutions for her clients.

With the additions of Anne Tankersley, Paige Lukens, and Rachel Henrichs; Geffen Mesher now has 20 shareholders firmwide.