Daniel Bradley Wins 2020 Controller of the Year Award

St. Louis, MO—May 5, 2021—The 2020 Controller of the Year Awards recently recognized Daniel Bradley as the winner of Controller of the Year for the Small/Public Company category.

Daniel Bradley serves as Controller for L. Keeley Construction, based in St. Louis, MO. The Controller of the Year Awards annual program is produced by the Controllers Council, a member association and community focused on training and career development, peer interaction, and recognition for Accounting and Corporate Finance executives.


Winners were screened, judged and selected from hundreds of applications based on a combination of 2020 financial performance, work experience, volunteer or philanthropic activities, and educational background. Categories included Small, Medium, Enterprise, Startup and Not-For-Profit organizations, along with Public or Private classifications.


“Controllers and corporate finance executives proved their critical importance in 2020 more than ever, and the Controllers Council seeks to recognize these individuals”, states Neil Brown, Controllers Council Executive Director. “The Controller of the Year Awards gives long overdue recognition to the executives that propelled their organizations through the most tumultuous business environment in modern history."


A virtual “Red Carpet” event will be held Thursday, June 10, 1 PM CST to meet and interview award winners. Register to attend here: 2020 Controller of the Year Awards – Virtual Event



About Controllers Council

Controllers Council™ is a national member association, community and platform for Controllers, CFOs, and corporate accounting and finance professionals focused on career development and training, peer interaction, recognition and more. Programs include CPE and professional certification, a national Career Center, webcasts with expert panelists on trending topics, research studies, articles and whitepapers, Peer Roundtables, and the Controller of the Year awards program. For information, visit www.ControllersCouncil.org.

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