January 1999 Issue


Named one of the top accountants in the United States by Money Magazine, Carole M. Roble, CPA, was elected president of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP) at the organization's annual meeting in New Orleans.

In accepting the position, Roble expressed a need for "increased public awareness and professional recognition of the role of the CPA," as well as a need for greater community involvement. One of her key priorities is to develop resources to assist smaller CPA practice units in positioning themselves for success in a rapidly changing market.

A founding member of the Nassau/Suffolk, N.Y., chapter of NCCPAP, Roble has owned and operated her own accounting practice in Baldwin, N.Y., for the past 25 years. Roble represents NCCPAP on the AICPA's Small Firm Advocacy Committee.

Other candidates elected at the annual meeting include James J. Hand, III, CPA, Metairie, La., as executive vice president; Donald Quinn, CPA, Midland Park, N.J., as secretary; and Marc Fox, CPA, Clifton, N.J., as treasurer. The following individuals were named national vice presidents: Charles R. Pegler, CPA, Islandia, N.Y.; Lana Kupferschmid, CPA, Hillsdale, N.J.; and Robert Goldfarb, CPA, Woodbury, N.Y.

For more information on NCCPAP, contact Executive Director Brenda Mahler at (516) 488-5400. *

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