KAY JEFFERS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL SOCIETY OF ACCOUNTANTS
Kay Jeffers of Wyoming was elected president of the National Society of Accountants (NSA) at their annual convention in Atlanta. Jeffers' theme is "Do It Right," and her stated goals as president are to make the NSA the preeminent accounting organization in the country, increase membership, and improve the society's web presence.
A graduate of Sheridan College, Jeffers has been actively involved in the NSA leadership, previously serving as Wyoming state director and on the national board of directors. Jeffrey Adelstone of Tucson was elected first vice president, and Ralph C. McBride of Marietta, Geo., second vice president.
Jeffers joins Olivia Kirkley in the ranks of national female accounting leaders. Kirkley is the newly installed chair of the AICPA, the first woman to hold that post. *
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