Beacom School of Business Alumnus Named Rapid City Young Professional
Originally from Hartford, South Dakota, Lambert graduated in 2010 with honors from the Beacom School of Business at the University of South Dakota with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a master’s of Professional Accountancy.
“Kyle’s award is well-deserved and is reflective of the outstanding contributions regularly made by many Beacom School of Business graduates to their communities and chosen professions each year,” said Tom Davies, chair of the accounting and finance division, Beacom School of Business.
In 2010 Lambert joined the audit department with Ketel Thorstenson in Rapid City. In 2013 he was promoted to senior associate and in 2015 he became manager. Kyle specializes in multiple industries including casinos, construction, financial institutions, and 401(k)s. His responsibilities include being the client liaison during all audit phases and the overall success of the audit process.
Lambert is a graduate of the Leadership Rapid City class of 2015 and has been a member of the Rapid City Young Professionals Group for six years, where he serves on two committees. He is passionate about promoting local businesses to young professionals in a welcoming after-work atmosphere, where they can socialize and network. Lambert also is active in the local arts community as a board member and treasurer of the Allied Arts Fund.
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