Janice L. Culver, senior vice president for KeyBank National Association and McDonald Financial Group Trust Services in Cleveland, has been elected chair of the Ohio Society of CPAs' executive board, the society's senior governing body.

A member of the society since 1983, Culver has held a number of leadership roles, including prior terms on the executive board, and as a member of the Finance, Strategic Planning and Personal Financial Planning committees.

"Jan is a proven leader in the CPA profession," says J. Clarke Price, society president and chief executive, in a statement. "Her strong direction and commitment to the principles of effective leadership will guide the Ohio Society of CPAs and its members as we face opportunities and challenges in an increasingly complex business environment."

The Ohio Society of CPAs, established in 1908, represents more than 23,000 CPAs.

Culver is active in the community and has served as a member of the Junior League of Dayton, past board chair for the YWCA of Dayton and past president of the Montgomery County Historical Society. She has also served on the Dayton mayor's Strategic Planning Committee, the Alliance for Education Executive Committee and the Ohio Bankers Association Tax Committee. In 1994, she was named one of "Dayton's Top 10 Women," by The Dayton Daily News.

Culver received a bachelor of science degree from Miami University, Oxford, an MBA from the University of Dayton and a master's in taxation from the University of Cincinnati.

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