Norm Robbins, Past President, is pleased to announce 2019-2020 Chapter award recipients. “This year’s award recipients represent the best of the best,” Norm said, “The value and benefit our members provide to each other and our community through their committee contributions is immeasurable.” We applaud these members for their outstanding service to the Chapter and profession.
CPA of the Year
Young CPA of the Year
Sara led a team that resulted in the highest new licensee retention among large chapters. Relying on the value of relationship, one of TXCPA Fort Worth’s greatest strengths, Sara harnessed the power of the local network to personally welcome the newest members of the profession.
Emily led the Nonprofit Interest Group for three years: from lunch sessions, to conference, to seminars. Emily’s leadership helped this group redefine their goals and objectives to better meet the needs of members serving in not-for-profit organizations.
The Under 40 Professionals (UP) Group held their Career Development Forum at Bass Hall in 2019. Kathy facilitated the relationship resulting in a unique, memorable event.
Outstanding Committee Contribution
Katelyn joined the board in 2019. She has taken initiative and brought great perspective to our leadership decisions.
Outstanding Community Volunteer
Christy enthusiastically attended every community volunteer event last year. In addition, she also brought friends and colleagues to participate with her.
Outstanding Committee Chair (s)
Heather Banks, Cynthia Beavers, Molly Hunter
Every fall, the Chapter begins preparing for the holidays by providing gifts to Fort Worth’s most vulnerable residents– homeless and low-income babies and children. In 2019, the Santaccountants committee began work with our partners to expand the number of children recipients. Their efforts grew the program over 20% this year. Almost 200 more children were gifted clothes and a toy, and 64 more members were able to participate as elves.
TXCPA Rising Star
TXCPA members under 40 years old who have shown innovative leadership qualities within the accounting profession and their communities.
Accounting Excellence Award
Awarded since 1969, the Accounting Excellence Award bestows honor to an outstanding accounting student at Texas colleges and universities participating in the programs of the Accounting Education Foundation.
Johnny Argueta, Texas Christian University
Taylor Johnson, Texas Wesleyan University