Erie Chapter

Featured Event

ER-Golf-Outing_450x325

Golf Outing and CPE Sponsored by Northwest Bank

July 16 | 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Lawrence Park Golf Club
Save the date for this annual summer tradition. Connect with fellow members over morning CPE followed by golf, happy hour, and dinner.

More details about the CPE program coming soon.

Details & Register


Latest Erie Chapter Events

ER-Ch-Annual-Meeting_1
ER-Ch-Annual-Meeting_2
ER-Ch-Annual-Meeting_3

Chapter Annual Meeting

Members gathered on Thursday, May 3rd at the Kahkwa Club to celebrate the start of the 2018-2019 PICPA year. New leadership was inducted, guests were honored for their achievements, and a murder mystery was solved.


 


Joint-Meeting-with-Bankers_1
Joint-Meeting-with-Bankers_2
Joint-Meeting-with-Bankers_3

Joint Meeting of CPAs and Bankers: An Evening with Dr. Ken Louie

Erie Chapter members enjoyed a sold-out joint event with the bankers on March 21. Over 60 people packed into Calamari’s Squid Row Kitchen & Bar to hear Dr. Ken Louie speak about the region’s most important economic trends and ERIE’s efforts to support community leaders.


Earn CPE


PICPA Cares: Volunteer Opportunity


Inspire Future CPAs program photo

Inspire Future CPAs in the Classroom

Meet with students, teach financial literacy concepts, and discuss careers in accounting. The PICPA has prepared presentations for speakers. Partner with a school from our list or establish a partnership of your own.

View Details >

Grow in Countless Ways
Interested in connecting with members in your area at a happy hour? Looking for ways to give back to the community? Find out how to grow in countless ways by getting involved with the PICPA.

Learn More
Join a Chapter Committee
The best way to get involved is to join a committee in your chapter. Examples of committees are the Schools and Colleges Committee that helps inform the future of the profession, or the Emerging CPAs Committee that plans events in your area.

Sign Up
chaptermap_er
Chapter Spotlight
Lynn A. SwainChapter President
Lynn A. Swain

View Leadership