Stephanie Tsiakgas, Audit Partner

Stephanie L. Tsiagkas

Audit Partner

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With over 16 years of experience in accounting and managing business risk, Audit Partner Stephanie Tsiagkas specializes in revenue recognition and venture capital funds.

Stephanie works extensively with venture-backed, emerging technology companies with an emphasis on the software and semiconductor industries.  She is an expert in financial and management reporting.

Stephanie also has received certification in blockchain technology from the AICPA and CIMA. She  understands the current landscape, business applications and financial control considerations associated with blockchain use as well as regulatory concerns and governance related to blockchain implementations. 

Stephanie is the recipient of the YWCA Tribute to Women Award, which recognizes women exemplifying excellence in executive-level positions.

Stephanie received her bachelor’s degree in accounting from Santa Clara University in 1996.  She is a licensed CPA in the state of California.

Being a mother of two has its perks! Stephanie loves a good outing with her two school-age girls as they venture out riding bikes & scooters, skiing, and skateboarding.  Being able to enjoy her hobbies while watching her daughters enjoy the common thread of fun makes Stephanie enjoy life to its fullest.  Whether rooting on the Giants or the 49ers at home or enjoying family time in Tahoe, Stephanie and her husband Nick covet their family time together.

Active in her community of Mountain View and sitting on her Alma Mater Santa Clara University’s accounting advisory board, Stephanie enjoys giving back. She also serves on the finance committee of her children’s school and family parish, St. Simon.

In Accounting: Since 1997

With SSF: Since 1997

Santa Clara University

Blog Insights from Stephanie

What to do if Your Controller or CFO Leaves

A leadership departure in your accounting department can create turmoil, at least temporarily. However, it also provides an opportunity to assess the department’s performance and create a vision for how it should perform in [...]

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What is Fair Value in Accounting?

In recent years, the accounting rules for certain balance sheet items have transitioned from historical cost to “fair value measurements.” Examples of assets that may currently be reported at fair value are asset retirement [...]

How Auditors Assess Cyber Risks

As businesses and not-for-profit entities increasingly rely on technology, cyber risks are becoming more sophisticated and aggressive. Auditors must factor these threats into their risk assessments. They can also help you draft cybersecurity disclosures [...]