Dorothy S. Eisenberg, CPA, is a prominent certified public accountant with more than 25 years of experience managing the largest and most complex tax and general accounting matters for the region’s prominent high net-worth individuals and businesses.
Ms. Eisenberg’s clients rely on her for her exceptional strategic counsel on multi-state tax issues and advises them on all aspects of their business decisions in the areas of tax planning and consulting, accounting, compliance, mergers and acquisitions as well as operational and strategic planning. Ms. Eisenberg has also consulted with closely held family businesses, sophisticated high net-worth individuals and multi-generation family owned businesses.
Ms. Eisenberg began her career working for a large New York City firm and later joined Gerson Preston in 1993. She has extensive experience representing clients during federal and state tax audits and successfully handled and negotiated assessments that minimize clients’ exposure. Over the tenure of her career, she has cultivated a significant background across industries including healthcare, real estate, manufacturing, retail and professional services.
Ms. Eisenberg is a member of the American and Florida Institutes of Certified Public.
Accountants, the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, and IAPA, a global association of separate and independently owned and managed accountancy firms. She has been selected as a ‘Business Leader of the Year’ by Business Leader Magazine and is a recipient of the South Florida Business Journal’s Key Partners Award, recognizing the region’s top leaders in their respective fields.
As one of the few female name partners in the accounting industry today, Ms. Eisenberg is a big believer in giving back by helping other women find success and assume positions of leadership. She is an Advisory Board Member and Past President of The Commonwealth Institute, an organization comprised of female executives dedicated to providing mentorship and resources to help women grow their own businesses. She is also a member of the Citizens Board at the University of Miami and serves as Chair of its Women’s Society.
Additionally, Ms. Eisenberg is a long-time proponent of improving access to quality education. She currently serves as a Board of Trustee Member of the Council for Educational Change (CEC), where she focuses on improving student achievement and addressing critical education issues in Florida’s public schools. She has held a number of volunteer and mentorship positions including the University of Miami’s Business Mentoring Program, the Children’s Home Society of Broward County and Temple Kol Ami. She has also served as an Advisory Board Member to the Broward County Public School System – a position she held for 10 years.