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Committee Members

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NameFirmChapter
Michael R. Durant
Vice Chair
Prager Metis LLCManhattan/Bronx
Jamie L. Atkinson Davidson Fox & Company LLP Southern Tier
Moises A. Brito Unknown Accounting FirmManhattan/Bronx
Noelle Collazo
KPMG LLP Mid-Hudson
Nathan Farkas
Nathan Farkas, CPAAdirondack
Jordan S. Frey EisnerAmper LLP Manhattan/Bronx
William C. Huether Sheehan & Company CPAs P.C. Suffolk
Matthew J. Katz Citrin Cooperman LLPWestchester
Michelle Lesser
The Bonadio GroupSyracuse
Jacqueline McDonnell
Vieira & Associates CPAs P.C. Southern Tier
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About the NextGen Committee

Committee Action Plan

Who We Are

The mission of the NextGenCommittee is to foster a dynamic, supportive network that provides young CPAs and CPA candidates the means to achieve success in their career challenges, create professional and educational opportunities, develop professional relationships and build a better profession.

What We Do

Provide advice and recommendations directly to the NYSSCPA Board of Directors and the Foundation for Accounting (FAE) Board of Trustees regarding unique programs and services that enhance the skills, professionalism and sense of community for young CPAs and others new to the profession.
 
Disseminate best practices to chapter Young CPA committees, especially programs which encourage civic responsibility and professional growth.

Foster and participate in the development and growth of Young CPA committees in the chapters.

Plan and organize a program for an annual Young CPA Conference with broad appeal, along with development of sponsorship opportunities.
 
Work with, and provide advice to, other statewide and chapter committees on initiatives to increase involvement of young CPAs.

Coordinate local and statewide community service activities involving young CPAs.

Work with the Marketing, IT and other departments to provide content for a YCPA page on the NYSSCPA website providing information on resources available to young CPAs, postings on YCPA events across the state, and stories about young CPA successes.

Who Should Join

Membership is open to all chairs of the 15 NYSSCPA Chapter Young CPA committees, or their designees, and other highly motivated young CPAs or CPA candidates looking to advance in their careers and gain exposure at the statewide level.  Due to the nature of the Committee, membership is limited to 20 people.