TSCPA Begins Lone Star Pathfinder Project

Deep in the heart of Texas is a very industrious project related to the national CPA Vision: each of the 20 chapters within the Texas Society of CPAs has been asked to nominate one of more volunteers who are worth of being named "Lone Star Pathfinders."

At the Society's Mid-year Board of Directors' meeting, pathfinders were recognized for their accomplishments.

San Antonio CPA and TSCPA chair Bob McAdams said, "We want to recognize the first group of our members who have been identified by their chapters as CPAs that aren't just wondering about the reality of the future - they are living that reality today. As members who are on the leading edge of the profession, they are Lone Star Pathfinders."

Most of the other state CPA societies also have named pathfinders to their own state's docket of outstanding CPAs as part of the CPA Vision. The Vision is a national effort to look at where the profession will be in the next 10 to 15 years.

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