Connecticut Society of CPAs (CTCPA) member Phillip Daye Jr., CPA of Deloitte in Hartford recently graduated from the 2022 Connecticut Professionals’ Leadership Academy, a program designed to strengthen leadership skills, develop and build relationships, and create a collaborative professional services community.
A resident of Windsor, Phillip participated in this landmark program with 26 other professionals from various industries and backgrounds, including accounting and finance, law, insurance and architecture.
The program, focused on the next generation of business leaders, was presented in partnership with six professional organizations:
- American Institute of Architects, Connecticut,
- CFA Society Hartford,
- Connecticut Bar Association,
- Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants,
- Connecticut Young Insurance Professionals, and
- Hartford County Bar Association.
“The continued success of this collaborative leadership academy is a testament to the strengths and talents of these up-and-coming professionals and the organizations they represent. The leadership skills and relationships they have formed will serve them and our community well as they lead through an ever-evolving environment today and into the future,” said Bonnie Stewart, CTCPA Executive Director and CEO.
Applications Open in October for the 2023 Connecticut Professionals’ Leadership Academy
Program application is open to early to mid-career professionals who are members of the partnering organizations seeking leadership training to propel them to the next level of their career. Learn more at www.ctcpas.org/LeadershipAcademy.
With a membership of more than 6,000 in public practice, business and industry, government, and education, the Connecticut Society of CPA’s mission is to advocate on behalf of the accounting profession, foster a professional community, and provide high-quality professional development opportunities