Lexicon Relocation Names Mirela Stefanac as Director of Finance and Accounting

6.15.15 | By: Administrator

JACKSONVILLE, FLJune 10, 2015 Lexicon Relocation is pleased to announce the promotion of Mirela Stefanac to the position of director of finance and accounting. In her new position, Stefanac will now oversee Lexicon’s controller’s team and will be responsible for the review and recommendation of new accounting rules implementation, support of the monthly closing process including analytical analysis and variance explanation, and support of the billing and payables teams.

Stefanac will maintain her responsibilities from her former position of senior manager control, compliance & reporting, which include oversight for the control, compliance and reporting team. She will also support and direct the preparation of financial statements in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as well as manage the preparation of pro forma profitability impacts for prospects and clients.

Stefanac joined Lexicon in 2005 as accounts payable coordinator and has since held multiple positions including staff accountant, senior accountant - financial reporting and finance manager. “Mirela has contributed a great deal to Lexicon by working on and becoming a subject matter expert in many projects and initiatives, including the implementation of Lexicon’s current accounting and relocation technology platforms,” said Patti Smith Keeler, Lexicon’s senior vice president of finance and accounting. Keeler continued, “As such an integral part of our team, Mirela will continue to be an asset to Lexicon as her responsibilities grow.”

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