The Massachusetts Society of CPAs is a non-profit, membership based, organization consisting of approximately 11,000 members statewide, including practicing public accountants in large national, regional and local firms, sole practitioners, educators, and accountants employed in government, industry or the non-profit world. The Board is made up of eighteen Society members and the President & CEO, ...who is a voting member and holds the office of Secretary. The President & CEO will partner with a highly engaged, diverse and seasoned Board of Directors, advising and supporting officers, committee chairs along with the broader membership to advance the objectives of the Society.
Incorporated in 1900, the MSCPA has guided and safeguarded the profession through the years, helping generations of accountants and strengthening the profession through uncertain and challenging times. Moving forward, the MSCPA is committed to serving its members by increasing the value of the CPA credential, protecting the CPA designation, and ensuring that the Society's pro-CPA agenda is effectively carried out. Today, with an operating budget of $5 million, a professional staff of 21 and over 900 of its
11,000 members serving on volunteer committees, the Society is one of the leading organizations of its
kind, seen as a model by counterparts across the nation.