Auditor Bump Elected Future President of the Association of Government Accountants’ Boston Chapter
BOSTON, MA - Yesterday, at the annual Professional Development Conference for the Boston Chapter of the Association of Government Accountants (AGA Boston), State Auditor Suzanne M. Bump was elected by the membership to become the organization’s future President. Auditor Bump will officially become AGA Boston’s President-elect in July 2012 and will take on the role of President in 2013.
AGA Boston Chapter serves professionals in the government financial management community by providing quality education, fostering professional development, and participating in local community projects for the New England area. Currently, AGA Boston has over 300 members who work in federal, state, and local governments as well as the private sector.
AGA Boston’s current President is Shawn Warren, a CPA from KPMG, and the current President-elect is Ernest Almonte, former Auditor General of Rhode Island. Duties of for AGA’s regional Presidents include being responsible for the overall operation of the chapter, presiding over monthly meetings of the chapter’s leadership, and coordinating with the AGA’s national office.
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