2017-2018 Reading Chapter Leadership

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President – Keith R. Hoffman

Keith is a senior manager at Herbein + Company, Inc in Wyomissing, Pa. He specializes in tax and small business and divorce work. He received his bachelor of science degree in business administration from Shippensburg University. In addition to his volunteer service with the PICPA, Keith is a Finance Committee member at Opportunity House and a member of the Greater Reading Young Professionals.



2017-2018 Chapter Officers

President-Elect –Stephanie E. Kane

Stephanie is a manager at Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP, a tax services group, where she specializes in not-for-profit and pass-through entity tax reporting. She received her bachelor of science in accounting at York College of Pennsylvania, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Stephanie serves as PICPA Reading Chapter Emerging CPAs Committee co-chair, is part of the PICPA Reading Chapter Executive Committee, serves as a Berks Connections Pretrial Services Board and Finance Committee member, and was the president and is an alum of Leadership Berks Class of 2015. She is also a member of New Hanover UMC, AICPA, Greater Reading Young Professionals, and is a founding board member, past president, and board member of Happy 2 Be Home. Stephanie enjoys spending time with family, reading, and home improvement projects.

Secretary/Treasurer – Roxanne McMurtry

Roxanne joined Herbein in 2005 and is currently a manager in the accounting and auditing department. She is also a leader in the firm's dedicated government and nonprofit practice. Roxanne serves on the firm’s Client Cornerstone Committee and is the captain of the firm's American Cancer Society Relay for Life team every May. Roxanne earned her bachelor's degree in accounting from Shippensburg University. She is a member of the Reading Chapter Executive Committee and is also a co-chair of the chapter's Emerging CPAs Committee. Roxanne enjoys spending time with her family, including her husband, son, daughter, and two cats.

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