Greater Washington Managing Partner for Ernst & Young
Kevin Virostek is the Greater Washington Managing Partner for Ernst & Young. In addition to client serving responsibilities where he coordinates the full breadth of services delivered to some of our largest global clients, he is responsible for managing the Greater Washington office.
EY’s Greater Washington office consists of approximately 4,000 professionals in our Assurance, Tax, Consulting and Strategy & Transaction practices serving some of the largest and or fastest growing organizations in the DC region.
Kevin has held a number of leadership roles with EY over his 34 year career. He also has been the Chief Financial Officer of a venture capital-backed technology company in the Washington, D.C. area, and a Director in the Business Development Department of The Nasdaq Stock Market.
Kevin is a native Washingtonian and a product of our great Catholic schools. He attended St Bartholomew’s and then St. John’s College High School. He went on to graduate from The University of Notre Dame before he began his career in the auditing practice of Ernst & Young. He and his wife Mary Anne live in Bethesda, MD and have three adult children, Molly, Annie and Peter.
Kevin is active in the Greater Washington community currently serving as the Chair of the Board of Catholic Charities of Washington, and in leadership positions or on the Boards of the following organizations, The Economic Club of Washington, Goodwill of Greater Washington, United Way of the National Capital Area, HEROES. Inc., The Greater Washington Partnership, and Mater Dei School. Under Kevin’s sponsorship EY has been a job sponsor for 10+ years at Don Bosco Cristo Rey and Kevin and his family are also sponsors at The Washington Jesuit Academy.
Courtney Clark Pastrick
A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation
For almost 30 years, Courtney led her family’s philanthropic giving as President of the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation. The Clark Foundation’s focus is on educating engineers, improving the lives of veterans and their families, and providing members of the DC community the best opportunity to thrive.
Today, as Board Chair, she continues to honor
her father’s legacy and is active in the Washington, DC-area community. She has
served in leadership roles with several local non-profit organizations,
including as former Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Washington Jesuit
Academy, and as a trustee for Collegiate Directions, Inc.
Under Courtney’s leadership, the Clark
Foundation has supported faith-based education with investments in Washington
Jesuit Academy, the Consortium of Catholic Academies, and Don Bosco Cristo Rey
High School, among others. In addition, the Foundation recently made a
significant investment to help launch Catholic Charities DC’s Newcomer Network,
which supports the region’s growing immigrant population, with a particular
focus on Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties.
In 2006, Courtney and her husband R. Scott
Pastrick were awarded the Caritas Award by Catholic Charities DC for their
commitment to Catholic Charities' mission of giving help that empowers and hope
that lasts.She has also served on the Board of Trustees for
Vanderbilt University and DC-CAP, a college access program for public and
charter school students in DC. Courtney also serves as the Board Chair of Clark
Enterprises, the private investment firm founded in 1972 by her father.
Courtney resides in Chevy Chase,
Maryland with her husband, R. Scott Pastrick, President and CEO of Prime Policy
Group. They have three children and four grandchildren. Courtney
holds a JD from the Catholic University of America and a bachelor’s degree from
Peter Hodgson is a Partner with CohnReznick, the eleventh largest public accounting firm in the United States. He has more than 30 years’ experience in public accounting providing audit, tax and management advisory services to clients in various industries including real estate, not-for-profits/education, and employee benefit plans. Pete’s passion for Catholic Education and assisting Catholic schools has carried over to his professional career as some of his clients include Washington Jesuit Academy, Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School, The Woods Academy, Mater Dei School, The Heights, Connelly School of the Holy Child and Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, among other independent schools.
A native Washingtonian, Pete attended Blessed Sacrament School, St. John’s College High School and Mount Saint Mary’s University, where he earned an undergraduate degree in Accounting. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Institute of Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants.
In addition to his professional career, Pete has been an active member in several organizations in the community. He served on Holy Redeemer Parish Finance Council, coached CYO basketball and Holy Redeemer flag football for more than 10 years, and was the Treasurer of the Holy Redeemer Golf Committee. He also coached JV basketball at Georgetown Preparatory School. Pete served as a member of the Finance Advisory Committee for SOME (So Others Might Eat), and for the past several years has served as a member of the Audit Committee of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Inc. He also served on the Board of the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce and was on the Board of the Bethesda Urban Partnership where he served as Treasurer. Pete is a Past President of the Catholic Business Network – Montgomery County and currently serves as the Treasurer of the Board.
Pete and his wife Patty live in Kensington, and their three children, Chris, Carolyn and Tyler live in the Washington Metropolitan area.