On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, the Austin CPA Chapter hosted its fourth annual Scholarship Fundraising Dinner at County Line on the Hill.  This is a one-of-a-kind event encompassing aspects many professionals want out of an association: Networking, Continuing Education Credit, Community Involvement and Fun! At the same time, money is being raised to support the Austin Chapter TSCPA CPE Foundation Scholarship Fund, including the Bette Williams scholarship.

Sponsors are relied upon to help offset costs for this event. We greatly appreciate the generosity of the following sponsors for our scholarship fundraiser:

Maxwell, Locke & Ritter, LLP
Atchley & Associates, LLP
Bette Williams, CPA
Donna & Royce Faulkner
Morrison, Friedrich & Spinn CPAs, LLC
Okafor & Associates, PC

Our keynote speaker was Bill Reeb, CPA, CITP, CGMA, Co-Founder and CEO, Succession Institute, LLC. Bill gave a dynamic, interesting and relevant presentation: Building a Better, Faster, Stronger Bench. The Austin CPA Chapter is fortunate to have Bill as a member and we are very proud of his successes, including being AICPA’s 2018-19 Vice-Chairman of the Board.

Our evening began with a social hour, followed by Bill’s presentation and a huge family-style BBQ dinner. After the presentation, there was a drawing for door prizes. We’re not sure how it happened, but everyone who won a prize ($25 gift card) was seated at the same table! Congratulations to: Michele Heyman, Christi Mondrik, Dan Mondrik, Jeremy Myers and Donna Wesling.

Last, but not least, the Chapter’s wonderful Scholarship Fundraising Committee must be recognized: Jeremy Myers (Chairman), Jennifer Brown, Connie Clark, Nancy Foss, JT Genter, Kristy Holmes-Hetzel, Jan Keeling, Chris Okafor, Tony Ross and Kaira Tanwar.

If you missed the event, but would like to make a financial donation to the Austin CPA Chapter Scholarship Fund, please click here to complete our form. Credit card donations may also be made over the phone. Please call 512.445.0044 x-107. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.