Carol Eskew is a partner in the firm in the operations division. She was born in New York but moved to Florida while in Middle School. She is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University (FAU). After graduating from FAU in 1990 she worked as an accounting supervisor in the Fort Lauderdale Regional Office of DHL Worldwide Express. In 1995 she went to work for the State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) heading up the financial section of the Bureau of Condominiums. A large portion of her responsibilities while at DBPR included not only supervising staff in Tallahassee, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale but also heading up financial investigations regarding condominiums and cooperative associations, testifying at hearings, creating training programs and performing speaking engagements throughout the State. In 2001 she joined the firm and is now the partner is charge of client development as well as special projects involving developer turnovers, receiverships and expert witness testimony. She has been deemed by the courts to be an expert witness in respect to the Condominium Act. She is dedicated to our client’s needs and one of her primary goals is to remain accessible to all clients.
Carol is a member of the American Institute of Public Accountants (AICPA), Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) and has served as Chairman of the Florida Institute of C.P.A.s Committee on Common Interest Realty Associations (CIRA) and continues to serve on the CIRA Section, their legislative committee and their conference committee. She speaks at numerous conferences and seminars throughout the state regarding the financial requirements for condominiums and homeowners associations. She has also served for many years as a Director for the national organization, Community Association Institute Research Foundation. Most recently appointed as a Board of Director, Assistant to the treasurer, to The Broward Coalition of Condominium, Homeowners Associations and Community Organizations, Inc.