Luna was featured in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility Magazine alongside BPM recognition as a “Top Rated Workplace in Southern California.”

BPM’s Tax Partner Karla Luna has been recognized as a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility (DEIA) Visionary by L.A. Times B2B Publishing. She is profiled as one of Los Angeles’ most influential and innovative thought leaders, driving change, holding companies accountable and helping employees feel more valued.

Additionally, BPM was named a Top Rated Workplace in Southern California and featured alongside Luna in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility Magazine published on November 26.

Luna has been a steadily rising star within the tax profession for over 20 years. With deep roots in the Los Angeles community and a commitment to outstanding service to her clients, she has earned a reputation as one of the top CPAs in the region and an inspirational leader within both BPM and her community at large.

The magazine profile states, “Luna’s dedication extends to her role as BPM’s executive sponsor for the Hispanic & Latinx [Colleague] Resource Group (CRG), fostering a thriving community of over 50 members. Under her guidance, the CRG has become a safe haven for open dialogues and collaboration, empowering BPM’s Hispanic, Latino and Latinx employees to excel and contribute to the community.”

At BPM, we help people be successful in work and life by fostering an inclusive and empowering environment. We are honored to work with the brightest and most talented professionals in the industry. Their leadership and dedication to servicing our clients truly set us apart – Because People Matter.

For more information about Karla Luna and her fellow DEIA visionaries, read the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility Magazine.