Johnson Lambert Announce Trio of New Partners in 2019


Johnson Lambert LLP is pleased to announce that Allan Autry, CPALane Miller, CPA, and Lauren Williams, CPA have been named partners, effective January 1, 2019. Based in the North Carolina office, Allan, Lane, and Lauren exemplify leadership not only within the firm, but also in the community and the industries they serve.

Allan joined Johnson Lambert in 2009. He has extensive experience in engagement management and review of federal and state tax returns for commercial insurance companies, captive insurance companies, alternative risk entities, and affiliated entities. He provides the North Carolina tax practice leadership in marketing, recruiting, and employee mentorship. Allan attends numerous conferences throughout the year, often speaking on insurance tax and workplace dynamic topics. He is a member of the AICPA, Insurance Accounting and Systems Association, and North Carolina Association of CPAs.

Lane joined Johnson Lambert in 2009. His comprehensive insurance experience includes property and casualty, medical professional liability, captive, and life insurance entities. Lane plays an active role in recruiting, marketing, and mentoring program activities, and both internal and external speaking opportunities. He is an active member of the AICPA, North Carolina Association of CPAs, and Raleigh Chamber of Commerce – Young Professional Network. Highly involved in the Insurance Accounting and Systems Association, Lane is a member of the Mid-South chapter and recently completed a two-year term as President of the Carolinas’ chapter. He frequently attends industry conferences and enjoys presenting on GAAP, SSAP, and other insurance topics. He will also be attending the upcoming inaugural Emerging Leaders Conference, hosted by the Insurance Careers Movement, PCI, and A.M. Best.

Lauren joined Johnson Lambert in 2008. She has more than a decade of experience providing audit and consulting services to a variety of clients in the insurance industry. Lauren’s oversight of the North Carolina audit practice includes client relationship management, marketing, and recruiting, teaching and mentoring staff. She is on the firm’s Technical Committee and frequently contributes to technical newsletters on insurance industry and accounting profession topics. Passionate about teaching, she presents external and firmwide trainings on current accounting topics and project management.Lauren actively volunteers for the AICPA, North Carolina Association of CPAs, and Insurance Accounting and Systems Association, with leadership roles in many of these organizations, including her recent participation in the AICPA Leadership Academy and current appointment to the AICPA’s NAIC Task Force.