Whitley Penn Appoints Neil Barrow as Business Development DIrector


Whitley Penn is pleased to announce that Neil Barrow has joined the firm as Business Development Director and will be based in the firm’s Fort Worth office.  

Barrow has more than seven years of experience cultivating and maintaining relationships with high profile clients across several industries, most recently for a large public accounting firm.  Barrow has an extensive background developing and executing targeted, client-focused sales plans to create new business. He also has experience orchestrating internal initiatives to facilitate staff and management engagement with clients.

In his role with the firm, Barrow will collaborate with partners to design unique business development roadmaps for Whitley Penn’s current and prospective clients. 

“We are eager to welcome Neil to our team and believe his diverse experience and contacts make him the ideal addition to our firm as we continue to grow our client base and also maintain lasting relationships with our existing clients,” stated Whitley Penn Managing Partner, Larry Autrey.

Barrow earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration from Texas A&M University.  He is on the Executive Committee of the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth and the Marketing and Communications Committee of The Parenting Center. He and his wife, Morgan, live in Fort Worth’s Cultural District with their cat, Conan, and corgi, Corby.

About Whitley Penn, LLP

Whitley Penn continues to be one of the region’s most distinguished public accounting firms.  With a strong base in Texas and a worldwide network affiliation via Nexia International, the firm is strategically positioned for continued growth both locally and internationally. Whitley Penn has been consistently recognized as “One the Top 100 Firms in the U.S.” and “Best of the Best” by INSIDE Public Accounting.  For more information on Whitley Penn, please visit whitleypenn.com

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