Rose Coyle



After obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, Cum Laude, Rose continued her education and obtained a Master of Science degree in Accounting.


Rose is the gate keeper, watchful eye , and protector of assets at the firm. She also has a passion for protecting people and helping the community in any way that she can. When she’s not attending her twin boys’ baseball games, she’s an avid cyclist and enjoys participating in events such as Ronald McDonald House, Ride for Ronald; The American Diabetes Association, Tour de Cure and Cystic Fibrosis Ride for Life.

Rose is a member of the following organizations: IMA (Institute of Managerial Accountants); ALA (Association of Legal Administrators); CFALA (Central Florida Association of Legal Administrators; SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management)

Awards & Accolades

She was a Guest Speaker at NABE (National Association of Bar Executives) – 2013 Dallas Texas Conference – “The Bar Is Sinking ” Accounting Policies and Procedures to Safeguard Against Employee dishonesty. Her session was geared for small bar associations, to talk about awareness and having proper controls in place for asset protection.

Biography Overview

Rose Coyle is originally from Lynbrook, New York and moved to Orlando in 2003. Her first job was for a small CPA firm during tax season where she started out as a data entry clerk. Soon after, Rose was trained in all areas of accounting for medical, law, construction and restaurant industries. Rose quickly realized that she had a passion for accounting and that a career in accounting was to be her chosen professional path. Rose has now been in the accounting industry for over 24 years, working in public, private and not-for-profit organizations.

Rose joined Paul & Perkins in December 2013 as Controller and also assists with overseeing Firm Administration, Operations and Human Resource Management. Rose loves coming to work every day, and is proud to be part of an outstanding team of individuals who strive to make a difference in people’s lives.