Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants appoints new board of directors | AccountingWEB

Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants appoints new board of directors

The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. (MSCPA) elected its board of directors for the 2009-2010 fiscal year. The following will serve as board officers:

  • Daniel P. DeVasto, CPA, Wolf & Company PC, as chairman;
  • Jeffery D. Solomon, CPA, CVA, Levine Katz Nannis & Solomon PC, as chairman-elect;
  • Stuart R. Benton, CPA, New Energy Alliance, as vice chairman of finance;
  • Douglas R. Rodrigues, CPA, D.E. Rodrigues & Company Inc., as vice chairman;
  • Kenneth W. Kirkland, CPA, MST, Kirkland Albrecht & Fredrickson LLC, as vice chairman;
  • Theodore J. Flynn, CAE, MSCPA, as president and CEO

The following will sit on the board as members:

  • Kristen Connell, CPA, Kahn Litwin Renza & Company Ltd.;
  • Paul Costantino, CPA, MST, Costantino Richards Rizzo LLP;
  • James Erdekian, CPA, Feeley & Driscoll PC;
  • Mathew Hunt, CPA, Sullivan Rogers & Company LLC;
  • Scott Levy, CPA, Grant Thornton LLP;
  • William Mahoney, CPA, Edelstein & Company LLP;
  • Jeffery Mead, CPA, CCR LLP;
  • Charles Metjian, Jr., CPA, Miller Wachman;
  • Tracy Noga, CPA, Bentley University;
  • Phillip Pacino, CPA, Greene Rubin Miller and Pacino CPAs;
  • Keith Purcell, CPA, Downey Sweeney Fitzgerald & Company PC;
  • Kevin Rhodes, CPA, Edgewater Technology Inc.

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