background image
sessions and materials, including the
prepared "Save Our State" Power-
Point presentation and related hand-
outs, will be provided to all speakers to
help make the preparation process as
simple as possible.
Several CTCPA members and staff
have already begun spreading the
word through speaking engagements
and appearances in statewide media
channels. See a listing of recent ap-
pearances in the sidebar on this page.
The group's near-term plan also in-
cludes outreach to legislators at the
state Capitol during the 2014 legisla-
tive "short" session, which runs from
February 5 to May 7.
If you are interested in attending "Save
Our State" meetings or becoming part
of the speaker's bureau, please contact
CTCPA Public Affairs Director Mark
Zampino at markz@ctcpas.org.
Recent `Save Our State'
Presentations and
Media Appearances
Guilford Rotary: A Non-Partisan
Look at the State of the State
A CPA's Perspective
February 12, 2014
Presentation by CTCPA President
Camille Murphy
94.9 WJJF-FM: "Lee Elci Show"
January 27, 2014
Interview with CTCPA Past
President Marcia Marien
WTIC NewsTalk 1080:
"Mornings with Ray Dunaway"
January 27, 2014
Interview with CTCPA Past
President Marcia Marien
WDRC-1360, WMMW-1470,
WSNG-610, and WWCO-1240:
"The Brad Davis Radio Program"
January 23, 2014
Interview with CTCPA Past
President Marcia Marien
WATR 1320-AM: "Talk of the
Town with Larry Rifkin"
January 22, 2014
Interview with CTCPA Executive
Director Art Renner
Hartford Courant: "State's Broke
`Surplus' is Pocket Change"
January 19, 2014
Op-ed by CTCPA Past President
Marcia Marien
Live Chat with The Day of
New London on theday.com
January 13, 2014
Live web chat with CTCPA
Director of Finance and
Operations Julie McNeal
Continuum of Care:
A Non-Partisan Look at the
State of the State
A CPA's Perspective
December 31, 2013
Presentation by CTCPA President
Camille Murphy
More at www.ctcpas.org/SOS.
paid advertisement
11
Connecticut CPA
g
March/April 2014