Brooke Winter

Corporate Controller

Brooke leads the finance department in month end close and financial statement preparation process, streamlining it to enable timely decision making. She also works to strengthen and improve internal controls, managing areas such as the cycle count program and coordination of annual audits. Brooke is also responsible for budgeting and providing support and analysis to the leadership team in alignment with the long-term growth strategy across all areas of the business. Before joining the Ad-Tech team in 2021, Brooke held several roles in Finance at SC Johnson, supporting areas such as Global Supply Chain, Global Internal Audit, and Global Consumer Brands. Education includes a Bachelors of Business Degree with a double major in Accounting and Finance from the Wisconsin School of Business. Brooke is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

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Surgeon's Mission to Ukraine

Ad-Tech Supports Surgeon's Mission to Ukraine

Recently, Ad-Tech was approached by Dr. Luke Tomcyz for our help with a critical humanitarian initiative with the Co-Pilot Project of Razom for Ukraine, a non-profit organization serving the people of Ukraine. Dr. Tomcyz, whose Ukraininan grandparents were World War II refugees, has joined forces with Maryina Soroka to lead a mission to Ukraine to treat patients suffering from intractable epilepsy. Dr. Tomcyz, a neurosurgeon specializing in pediatric neurosurgery with a special interest in epilepsy, works at the Epilepsy Institute of New Jersey and is affiliated with numerous hospitals in the area. In his response to the Ad-Tech donation, Dr. Tomcyz said, "You are amazing. With all the sad and horrific news…we are inspired by people like you who are willing to take time out of your day and coordinate a donation like this to help people in need."

Ad-Tech CEO, Brian Smith stated that, "We were more than happy to support Dr. Tomcyz and his mission. As a company with a long history of serving physicians and their patients, we are grateful for the opportunity to donate a substantial quantity of material to help Dr. Tomcyz and his team improve the lives of suffering Ukrainians at a very difficult time."

Read the Full Story at Cision.