Pittsburgh Chapter

Featured Event

 An Evening with AICPA Chair, Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, CPA, CGMA

March 30 | 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Pittsburgh Winery LLC
Join Ellison-Taylor, the first African-American chairman of the AICPA board of directors, for a discussion of the future of the CPA profession. During a pivotal time in the career's history, Kimberly will touch upon technology trends and women in business. 

The chairman's presentation will be followed by a Q&A with PICPA President, Lisa Meyers, and a networking reception at Pittsburgh Winery. 

This program qualifies for one CPE (other) credit.

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Chapter Volunteer Service Award

Nominate by Feb. 28
Elect a fellow PICPA member for his or her outstanding service and contributions to the profession. The winner will be recognized at the chapter annual meeting.

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Past Presidents' Dinner

Past presidents of the Pittsburgh Chapter gathered for an evening of reminiscing over cocktails and dinner at the South Hills Country Club on Nov. 30. A wonderful evening was had by all. View more>


Women in Accounting: Executive Presence - Do You Have It?

Pittsburgh Chapter members gathered for an informative session with Leanne Meyer, program director of the CMU Leadership and Negotiation Academy, on Nov. 15 at the Rivers Club. Attendees learned how to achieve executive presence and project authority, as well as how to connect with and inspire those around them.

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Volunteer Opportunity

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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.

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