From tax to auditing to career awareness to specialty areas like HR and business valuation, we have a diverse selection of committees, so it’s easy to find one that fits your personal interests.
Share your strengths, build new skills, and connect with other professionals.
Whether you're new to the profession or a seasoned veteran, your ideas are important to our overall success. In return, you'll collaborate with leaders who share your desire to make a difference by giving back. Plus, you just might build friendships that
will last a lifetime.
Review the committee descriptions below and complete the following Committee Volunteer Form. You can select up to 3 committees by preference. Volunteers will receive confirmation in June, and at that point, you have the option to accept or decline an
Maintains contact with IRS representatives, including periodic liaison meetings. Maintains contact with AICPA tax committees and provides direct input on federal tax laws and regulations. Informs public on major federal tax changes.
Works to maintain a sound accountancy law in Louisiana and to successfully oppose any weakening in the licensing and regulatory laws which would adversely affect the public interest or the professional status of the CPA.
Keeps up with the latest on state and local tax issues impacting Louisiana taxpayers, businesses and industries. Holds annual liaison meetings with LDR, LDOL, and the Louisiana Association of Tax Administrators.
* Indicates committees are operated by appointment and not through the volunteer process.
Coordinates the Society’s Financial Literacy efforts to provide financial education opportunities for all ages. Builds liaisons within the financial literacy community and organizes community service events.
Evaluates the educational needs of future professionals and other important Louisiana education issues. Public practitioners and CPAs in industry, as well as educators, are needed to provide a balanced committee structure.
Develops the Financial Institutions Conference and other related financial institutions seminars to keep members abreast of developments in this rapidly changing area. Organizes annual meeting with agencies who regulate financial institutions activities
on a state and federal level.
Keeps the Society abreast of changes in government accounting and auditing. Involved in planning and development of the Government Accounting & Auditing Conference. Members in public accounting, government and industry serve on this committee.
Provides direction and support for Society committees, policies and programs related to CPAs working in business and industry. Responsible for planning Controller’s Workshop and Business and Industry Conference.
Advises the membership of the many opportunities as well as challenges for the public and industry CPAs in the medical and healthcare environment. Involved in planning and development of the Medical and Healthcare Services Workshop.
Focuses on issues pertinent to not-for-profit entities. Volunteers from both the public and non-profit sectors plan the annual Not-for-Profit Workshop, as well as explore other not-for-profit education programs.
This committee will focus on issues pertinent to the oil and gas industry and the unique financial issues that affect the organizations that depend on it. Volunteers from both the public and industry sectors will help to plan the annual Oil & Gas
Conference, which is designed for CPAs who work in the industry or for organizations that support it.
Now more than ever, the restaurant and hospitality community will need the help of their financial advisors to navigate a sea of options in order to stay viable. This new committee will work to plan events to support the people who support this crucial
industry. We’re looking for CPAs who work with restaurant clients, as well as CPAs who work as CFOs or controllers for restaurant or hospitality entities.
Charged with addressing the issue of retention and advancement of women within the CPA profession through outreach and education. Open to women and men who are advocates for the advancement of women in the profession and who are interested in making measurable
gains in the number of women leaders.