FAE Governance


The Foundation for Accounting Education of the New York State Society of CPAs is governed by a 12-member board of trustees that includes three officers: the president, secretary and treasurer. The trustees’ three-year terms are evenly staggered, so three vacancies occur each year in addition to the three slots available to the NYSSCPA Board. FAE’s Board of Trustees acts to fill vacancies in the three-year positions on the FAE Board, but its choice is limited to the six or more candidates identified by the NYSSCPA’s board of directors. The NYSSCPA’s Board of Directors Selections Subcommittee is charged with identifying individuals qualified to serve on the trustee board.

FAE trustees typically meet six times a year to discuss the business of the foundation. One of those meetings is held at the Society’s Governance Forum. The FAE trustees are responsible for approval of the FAE budget, setting the general direction for educational programs. In November 2009, the Society’s Benevolent Fund was merged into the FAE. If there is an application for benefits, FAE Trustees would be responsible for evaluating such requests. There is no compensation for service on the FAE board.

FAE Trustees

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M. Jacob Renick
M. J. Renick & Associates LLCWestchester
John J. Lauchert
President Elect
Horizon CFO LLC Utica
Frank J. Aquilino
Montclair State University Staten Island
Kevin Matz
Stroock Stroock & Lavan LLP Manhattan/Bronx
Anthony S. Chan CA Global Consulting Inc.Manhattan/Bronx
Michael Chen
Roberts Wesleyan College Rochester
J. Michael Kirkland
Barbara A. Marino The Hackett Group, Inc.Manhattan/Bronx
Janeen F. Schrann Piaker & LyonsSouthern Tier
John Stanziale Jr.
Ernst & Young LLP Manhattan/Bronx
Denise M. Stefano Mercy College Westchester
Joanne S. Barry
Executive Director
Revira Brennan
Staff Who Attend Meetings
New York State Society of CPAs Manhattan/Bronx

FAE Trustee Meetings

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