Indiana Emerging Leaders Alliance appoints three new accountants
The Indiana CPA Society's Board of Directors have appointed Andrea Riffey, Andrew Toth, and Catherine Crismore to their Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA) for the 2008-2009 term. The Emerging Leaders Alliance is a volunteer group designed specifically for the rising stars of organizations who demonstrate a great deal of potential in becoming future leaders of their firms or companies in the CPA profession.
Targeted towards members with seven years or less experience in the profession, the ELA provides high quality presentations, access to state and national leaders in the profession, networking opportunities, joint sessions with the Leadership Cabinet, group discussions, and ELA-specific social activities.
Individually, Riffey and Toth, both senior accountants, have proven to be significant assets to the success and profitability of their firm. Both have been awarded the Somerset Above and Beyond Award for their commitment and dedication to their teams and co-workers.
In addition to Riffey and Toth, Catherine Crismore, supervisor on the Somerset's Construction & A/E Team, specializing in tax, has be re-appointed to the ELA for a second term.
Somerset CPAs congratulates Andrea Riffey, Andrew Toth and Catherine Crismore on this great achievement and wishes all great successes with the Emerging Leaders Alliance in their upcoming terms.
About Somerset CPAs, P.C.
Somerset is a full-service certified public accounting and professional services firm made up of CPAs, business advisors, and financial analysts who work to solve the business and individual challenges of their clients. With over 130 professionals, Somerset CPAs, P.C. is one of the ten largest accounting firms in the Indianapolis area. In 2006, 2007, and 2008 Somerset CPAs, P.C. was designated a "Best Place to Work in Indiana" by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce in the category of small to medium-sized companies.
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