John Vanosdall Appointed Deputy Chief Accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission
Today, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that John Vanosdall has been appointed to a position of Deputy Chief Accountant within their Office of the Chief Accountant. As Deputy Chief Accountant, John leads all accounting group activities, which includes understanding investor perspectives on accounting matters as well as consulting with public companies, auditors, and divisions within SEC on application of accounting standards and financial disclosure requirements.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood is an incredibly important period in a child’s development. They lay the groundwork for social skills, self-worth, perception of the world and moral outlook.
In the United States, early childhood education and care (ECEC) programs are a vast array of part-day and full-day care and instruction available in both public and private sectors. These initiatives respond to changing work roles and family composition, enable low-income children to have equal opportunities with other children, facilitate assimilation for immigrants, and generally enhance child development.
ECEC delivery systems have traditionally been fragmented, often controlled by the private sector and divided between “care” and “education.” Although there is movement towards integration of these two functions, categorical funding limitations coupled with differing societal values continue to maintain these distinctions.
Jack Vanosdall is a well-known attorney and public figure from Ashland, Ohio. In 2013, he joined Critchfield as a Member and brought with him his extensive legal practice in estate planning, probate, business/corporate matters and real estate.
He is a well-known speaker on topics such as tax law, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs and is frequently quoted by the press.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently announced Vanosdall as their Deputy Chief Accountant. He will lead their accounting group, which specializes in comprehending investor perspectives and helping the SEC fulfill its oversight responsibilities regarding Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) matters.
Achievements and Honors
John was no slouch when it came to technical accounting and mergers and acquisitions. A veteran professional, he served as partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s mergers and acquisitions practice where he made an impressive mark as an expert adviser on all matters pertaining to mergers and acquisitions. John boasts an impressive list of awards and accolades to his name – including a Best in Class award for his contributions towards preventing fraud and helping investors invest wisely. John is widely respected within his field and deserves such honors bestowed upon him by the commission.
John was a Deputy Chief Accountant in the Office of the Chief Accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission. As head of their accounting group, they are accountable for understanding investor perspectives on accounting matters as well as overseeing FASB oversight by the Commission.
John currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife Ann and their pup Max. Survived by his mother Betty Vanosdall of Grand Island; two sons Shawn Vanosdall from Yutan and Scott (Marcy) Vanosdall of Omaha; two stepdaughters Lacy Meinke of Lincoln and Lindsay Hameloth of Las Vegas; as well as seven grandchildren.
Judy married Clifford Edward Vanosdall on June 6, 1981 at their parents’ home on 9th Street in Boise, ID. She is the proud mom of John Ross Vanosdall and their grandson Paul William Vanosdall.