I'm excited to announce a new feature coming
to Connecticut CPA magazine: "New and Young
Professionals to Watch." We're looking to recog-
nize new and young professionals (aged 35 and
younger) who have distinguished themselves as
emerging leaders in the accounting profession.
Honorees will be featured in a special section in
Connecticut CPA magazine this fall and will also
be recognized at a CTCPA special event.
Selection of the New and Young Professionals to Watch will be made by a panel
of the accounting profession's leaders based on professional or workplace con-
tributions, community service, CTCPA involvement, and other relevant activities.
Do you know someone who is making a mark? Help us find the go-getters who
will continue to make headlines as they progress in their careers.
Visit www.ctcpas.org/watch to learn more and to download a nomination form.
You can also nominate yourself.
See you next issue.
Noelle A. Taddei
Camille R. Murphy
Vanessa E. Rossitto
Brian J. Kelleher
Michael L. Kraten
Amber D. Tucker
Michael J. Hanlon
CTCPA Advisory Council Chair
Arthur J. Renner
Kirsten F. Piechota
Caitlin Q. Bailey O'Neill
Julie E. McNeal
Vol. 54, Issue 2
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