NJSCPA Names Its "50 Over 50"
by Terri Eyden on
The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) has announced its inaugural list of the "50 Over 50." These seasoned CPA practitioners and members of the NJSCPA were selected for their continuing impact on the accounting profession in the Garden State and beyond.
Selection criteria included career activities and professional enhancement, key accomplishments at their respective firms, NJSCPA engagement, and community service.
"I'm truly honored to be named to the NJSCPA 50 Over 50, and I look forward to continue working with the society for another twenty-five years to help share my experiences and knowledge gained over my first twenty-five years as a CPA with those entering the accounting profession," said Joseph F. Scutellaro, CPA, partner at Jump, Scutellaro and Company LLP in Toms River.
"The society is thrilled to honor these CPAs who constantly go above and beyond the call of duty to service their clients, profession, and communities to make New Jersey a better place in which to live and do business," said Ellen McSherry, NJSCPA COO.
The honorees will be featured in the July/August issue of New Jersey CPA magazine and acknowledged at a future society event. To view the entire 50 Over 50 list, please visit the NJSCPA website.
Source: June 3, 2013, NJSCPA Press Release
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