Jarod Allerheiligen serves as the Minneapolis office managing partner. He has more than 16 years of experience in public and private accounting, including a two-year assignment based in Chicago working as a special assistant to Grant Thornton’s CEO. Allerheiligen previously worked as a corporate auditor for a global energy and consumer products conglomerate focused on due diligence, business process analysis and internal control reviews. Allerheiligen helped launch Grant Thornton’s political action committee and Public Policy practice, served as treasurer of the firm’s political action committee and was involved with public policy efforts in Washington, D.C. He also participated in the firm’s Global Development Strategic Initiative, with a special focus on helping the firm develop and expand its service capabilities in China.
Professional qualifications and memberships
CPA — Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, New York
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Board Member
BS, Business, Emporia State University
Search for people at Grant Thornton
Search for people at Grant Thornton by selecting one or more criteria. Select new criteria
to conduct a new search.