President of Virginia Society of CPAs leads national group
Stephanie Peters, the president and CEO of the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, has been installed as president of the board of directors of the Certified Public Accountants Society Executives Association (CPA/SEA).
Formed more than 40 years ago, CPA/SEA is made up of all state CPA society chief executive officers/executive directors throughout the U.S. Through its strategic and operational values of leadership, integrity, collaboration and exploration, CPA/SEA enables members to choose informed courses of action on professional issues affecting CPAs. CPA/SEA’s strategic plan and planning process provide organizational direction and help CPA/SEA members prepare for the future.
CPA/SEA has a working board of 10 people that meets on a regular basis to oversee operations and provide leadership to the organization. Most CPA/SEA programs and services are made possible through the work of a variety of task forces supported by CPA/SEA members.
“I am honored to represent the CPA profession and the state societies which are dedicated to enhancing the success of all certified public accountants by promoting professionalism and advocating on behalf of the interest of their members,” Peters said in a statement.