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Whether you are just starting your career or have been perfecting your craft for decades, our Women’s Leadership Forum June 10 in Los Angeles will provide a day of leadership development and professional growth.
And new to this year’s event, attendees to our June 10 event are invited to donate new or “nearly new” women’s professional attire (suit, shoes, purses) to be collected at the event that will help disadvantaged women re-enter the workforce and achieve economic independence.
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Invite your children’s teachers and local K-12 educators to attend the 2011 Financial Literacy Conference for Educators, hosted by CalCPA, the CalCPA Institute and California Jump$tart Coalition.
This conference will provide free resources such as workbooks and toolkits; details of successful personal finance education programs and how to integrate them; and techniques and strategies to reach diverse student audiences.
We’d like to thank our event sponsors: California Teachers Association, Charles Schwab Foundation, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Grant Thornton, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.
Date: April 2
Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
Renew your 2011-12 CalCPA membership and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a FREE VP Program good through April 2012, courtesy of the Education Foundation.
Renew online today.
CalCPA’s Nominations Committee has selected the following candidates for 2011–12 statewide leadership positions: Eduardo L. Jordan (Orange County/Long Beach), chair; Johanna Sweaney Salt (Inland Empire), first vice chair; Richard Simitian (Los Angeles), treasurer; Elaine D. Reule (Fresno), vice chair; and Jennifer E. Ziegler (Los Angeles), vice chair.
Conrad Davis (Sacramento) will serve as immediate past chair.
Council members at-large nominees are: Jolene Fraser (Sacramento); Louis D. Miramontes (East Bay); and Patrick D. Rogan (Sacramento). Their term will be 2011–13.
A group of 100 or more CPA members may submit additional nominations of a candidate for officer or at-large member to CalCPA Council. Such nominations must be filed by close of business May 1 at CalCPA headquarters: 1800 Gateway Drive, Suite 200; San Mateo, CA 94404.
For more information, consult the CalCPA bylaws.
CalCPA nominees for AICPA Council are Andrea G. Cope (San Francisco); Jeremy L. Dillard (Los Angeles); John M. Lacey (Orange County/Long Beach); Johanna Sweaney Salt; and Maryellen K. Sebold (Los Angeles). Their term will be 2011–14.
At-Large members to the Nominations Committee (2011–13): Jeff Chen (Los Angeles); Karen Pfau-Martinez (San Francisco); and Jacques Welche (Orange County/Long Beach).
CalCPA is looking for members to join a state committee. If you have a specific area of expertise and want to join other like-minded individuals, we have a committee just for you!
Sign up today.
Order today and save up to 40 percent on these comprehensive guides.
The U.S. Master Tax Guide provides helpful and practical guidance on today’s federal tax law. The Guidebook to California Taxes is the classic handbook on California taxation widely used by practitioners and all those involved in California taxes. Both of these CCH guides are now available to members at a discount.
Learn more and order today.
If you have a specific area of expertise and want to join other like-minded individuals, chances are we have a state committee just for you! Now is the time to sign up!
If you have any questions, please contact Gary Hammond, CalCPA senior program director.
Each year, CalCPA recognizes those members who go above and beyond the call of duty by awarding the Public Service and Distinguished Service awards, as well as the Public Service Award for Firms.
Do you know any person or firm deserving such accolades? If so, share the news with us.
Review the qualifications and download nomination forms online:
Public Service Award | Distinguished Service Award | Public Service Award for Firms
The nomination deadline for all awards is Feb. 28.
There is great strength in numbers. Join your colleagues Jan. 19 for a visit to Sacramento. Legislators are not always familiar with the CPA profession’s unique environment and this is your chance to familiarize your representatives about issues important to CPAs statewide.
Register or learn more about CPA Day at the Capitol.
CalCPA and the CalCPA Education Foundation opened the new year in their new headquarters in San Mateo Jan. 3, 2011.
You can now reach us at: 1800 Gateway Drive, Suite 200; San Mateo, CA 94404-4072.
Note than staff phone numbers have changed, as well. Access our Team Directory for new numbers.
June 13: Real Estate Conference
Aug. 20: 55th Annual Golf Tournament at Granite Bay Golf Club