Costantini, Mitchell, Petersen, Shulas Promoted to Director

We are excited to announce the creation of a new Director role within the firm and have appointed four of our leaders to hold these positions.  

Cindy S. Johnson



3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 300

Akron, OH 44333


About Cindy

Industry & Service Expertise


With a focus on serving large, privately held middle-market and family-owned businesses, Cindy provides proactive solutions in addressing her clients’ needs not only in the compliance areas of audit, tax and employee benefit plans but also provides business advisory and consulting solutions to address key management and succession planning matters. Cindy also assists companies with business planning, filling key executive roles in finance, HR and IT, as well as internal controls and operations reviews and assistance with financing and cash flow analysis.

Cindy oversees the firm’s Business Advisory Services Group, which provides review and analysis of interim and annual financial information, tax planning and proactive advisory and consulting services. In addition to business and tax planning, Cindy also assists high net-worth individuals with the preservation of family wealth, estate and family transition planning.

Cindy serves in numerous leadership roles on prominent boards and community organizations and is a leader and advocate for the professional development of women. Previously, Cindy was the assistant controller for a general contractor before joining Bober Markey Fedorovich in 1987. Cindy was elected partner in 2001.




  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Construction Industry Technician (CIT)
  • Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA)

Professional and Civic Memberships and Activities


  • Learner
  • Input
  • Relator
  • Achiever
  • Futuristic

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Disaster Planning: Plan for the Possible

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Smart Factories and Blockchain: How to stay on the cutting edge of technology

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