Friedman LLP partner Michael Gaines reappointed to executive board of NYSSCPA-Nassau chapter
Michael Gaines, administration and human resources partner at Friedman LLP, was recently reappointed to serve on the executive board of the Nassau County Chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA).
Gaines was installed at the 57th Annual NYSSCPA-Nassau Chapter Installation Dinner in May, at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. He has held a variety of NYSSCPA chairmanships and committee memberships dealing with practice management, the future of the profession, and mediation and arbitration. "I always believed in giving something back to the profession," said Gaines. "I look forward to helping the chapter meet its goal to continue to support and enhance our giving activities within the Nassau community."
The NYSSCPA is one of the largest state accounting organizations in the nation with 28,000 current members. It was incorporated in 1897 to promote accounting advocacy, encourage professional competence, instill public trust, increase recognition and visibility and aid in recruitment and retention.
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