Meet the FACES of CTCPA


  
Meet some of the FACES of Connecticut’s premier association for accounting professionals and try out a member meeting as our guest.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Cynthia has been an active member of the CTCPA since she was a college student and now serves on our Advisory Council and as co-chair of our diversity initiative.

Katherine's extensive CTCPA involvement has progressed from the New and Young Professionals Cabinet to the Governmental Accounting and Auditing Committee, the Advisory Council, and now the Board of Directors.

        Try out a member meeting as our guest. 

From new and young professionals programs to specialized subject matter conferences and educational sessions, there’s something for everyone. 

Interested in giving a member meeting a try? Reach out to Cindy Panioto at cindyp@ctcpas.org  and she’d be happy to sign you up!

 
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Chair a committee, talk to students about the profession, run a charity drive, get connected with a nonprofit board looking for a volunteer, serve on our Advisory Council, and, maybe someday, our Board of Directors. The possibilities are endless!

Brad is chair of our CFO/Controller Roundtable. He got involved with the CTCPA to help rebuild his professional network when he relocated to Connecticut.