Leslie Murphy assumed the post of chairwoman of the American Institute of CPAs at the group's fall Governing Council meeting. A partner with the Midwest regional firm Plante & Moran, Murphy has been a vocal advocate for firms providing better work/life balance for their employees and find creative solutions to staffing shortages.

Highly active in Michigan civic affairs, Murphy has served on numerous community boards and, i n September, received the Outstanding Visionary Award from the Michigan Association of CPAs. Her service to the AICPA has included membership on the institute's board of directors and several board committees, including chairing the Finance Committee and serving as a member of the Audit, Compensation and Strategic Planning Committees.

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