Governance & Structure

The organizational structure of the PICPA is composed of the following:

PICPA Board of Directors

The Board is PICPA’s governing body and has general charge of the property and affairs of the Institute, the power to direct and control the expenditure of funds, to formulate and present plans for the advancement of the Institute, and other responsibilities as assigned. The Board will be comprised of the PICPA officers and seven at-large-directors, who are elected for a two year term. 

PICPA Council

Council guides the direction of the PICPA by identifying and advising on issues of importance to the profession and the PICPA. Council has responsibility for evaluating and revising the PICPA strategic plan, authoring resolutions on issues affecting the profession, and proposing amendments to the Bylaws. Council will be comprised of the members of the Board, two members appointed by each of the eleven chapters, and twelve at-large-delegates, who are elected for a two year term. 

Foundation for Education and Research

The foundation oversees PICPA's professional education programs.

Committees

PICPA committees on the state and local levels join members together to plan PICPA conferences, events, and more opportunities. Committees are a great way to get involved with the PICPA. View the full listing and join a committee

Chapters

The membership of the PICPA is composed of 11 geographical chapters across the state, each led by a chapter president and a slate of officers. Members of the PICPA are automatically enrolled in a local chapter at no additional cost. PICPA's chapters host hundreds of local educational and social events each year.

PICPA Staff

The PICPA, headquartered in Philadelphia, with a government relations office in Harrisburg and a western regional office in Pittsburgh, employs a full-time staff to provide support for the organization’s broad range of activities. Collectively, staff members are known as the PICPA Team.
View PICPA Volunteer Leadership

Leaders volunteer their time and energy to enhance the PICPA experience for members. View the current list of those individuals.

Join a Committee

Join a state or chapter level committee to interact with fellow members, plan programs, and address hot-topic issues. Committees focus on a variety of topics, so you’re sure to find one that interests you.