Is Responsible For Coordinating The Chapter’s CPE
Each year, volunteers define the Chapter’s Continuing Professional Education curriculum and develop the programs based on topics of interest to the profession. Activities include the development of 2- and 4-hour seminars and conferences.
Your expertise is needed in the following CPE areas:
Finance & Administration
- Business Computer Services
- Financial Services
- Health Care
- Members in Industry, Government, Education and Not-for-Profit
- Oil & Gas
- Small Business
Oversees the financial affairs of the Chapter; assists in development of the annual operating/financial budget. Monitors the efficient business operations of the Chapter; assists Executive Director in establishing office procedures. Recommends to the Board of Directors the auditor for the annual examination of the Chapter’s financial statements; reviews the auditor’s report and recommendations.
Industry and Business Advisory Group
The purpose of this group is to bring together members not in public practice to review matters of mutual interest and identify CPE needs of members not in public practice.
Monitors the investment portfolios, record keep and reporting of the chapter as mandated by the Board approved Investment Policy/Guidelines and Objectives. To volunteer, please let us know if you would like to be considered and call 972-960-8311. This committee is appointed only.
Leadership Development Academy
Initiates, develops, and presents the annual Leadership Development Academy for new and/or younger members who are seeking to broaden their leadership skills and abilities. To volunteer, please let us know if you would like to be considered and call 972-960-8311. This committee is appointed only.
Undertakes programs to encourage and expand Chapter membership; also organizes and presents the biannual New CPA Reception.
Partners In Education
Promotes careers in accounting through the TSCPA Career Awareness Program. CPAs make presentations to middle school, high school and college students, counselors and teachers regarding accounting as a career choice.
Professional Connections Committee
Provides networking events for inside the group and other groups of professionals, with a special focus on Business and Industry members.
Informs Chapter members of current and prospective Texas legislation affecting the accounting profession and acquaints members of the Texas Legislature with functions and services rendered to the public by the accounting profession.
Supports the future of certified public accountancy by managing the distribution of financial resources to promising Accounting students through two scholarship programs: the Philip Vogel and the William E. Burch Scholarships.
Responsible for seeking, identifying, and acquiring financial support for various DCPAS activities such as the Annual Education Conference, Member Appreciation Series, Leadership development Academy, and golf tournament from individuals and corporations.
Assists in the development and implementation of a Strategic Plan providing both short- and long-term goals and direction for the Chapter.
Young Professionals Group
To get young CPAs actively involved in and integrated into the Dallas CPA Society and to provide leadership opportunities for young CPAs in the chapter.
Now that you are knowledgeable of our committees, to volunteer Click Here to select your committee preferences.