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The Selection Panel
Selection of the 2016 New and Young Professionals to Watch was made by a
blind review of written nominations by a panel of accounting professionals.
Thank you to our panelists!
Paul N. Iannone
Rogin Nassau, Hartford
Lany Pfeifer
Barron, Yanaros &
Caruso, Wethersfield
Robert Stoddard
KPMG, Stamford
Pamela Weaver
Pamela Q. Weaver, CPA,
Burlington
Mary Wisenski
Fiondella, Milone &
LaSaracina, Glastonbury
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n this fourth annual CTCPA New and Young Professionals
to Watch feature, we're introducing you to three up-and-
comers, aged 35 and younger, who have set themselves
apart as emerging leaders in the accounting profession.
Following a call for nominations this fall, a panel of account-
ing professionals selected these go-getters based on pro-
fessional or workplace contributions, community service,
and CTCPA involvement.
Winners were recognized at the ninth annual Mingling &
Merriment new and young professionals holiday party at the
Society Room of Hartford on December 8. (See page 16 for
more about the event.)
Meet This Year's Class of Up-and-Comers!
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New and Young Professionals Cabinet Chair Katherine McNair (right) presents 2016 New and Young Professionals to Watch awards to (from left)
Mindyleigh Vail, Kenneth Healy, and Sarah Stover at Mingling & Merriment: The New and Young Professionals Holiday Party.
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