The Virginia Society of CPAs announced that its president and chief executive, Thomas M. Berry Jr., will retire at the end of April. He has led the organization for the past 30 years.The society’s board of directors has named VSCPA executive vice president Stephanie R. Peters as the 8,100-member group’s next president and chief executive. She has worked at the VSCPA for nearly a decade.
Berry joined the VSCPA in March 1977 after a short stint as a manager with the American Institute of CPAs and a trio of years as the assistant executive director of the Massachusetts Society of CPAs. He held the Virginia society’s top slot for longer than any previous executive.
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