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Recognizing Our Rising Stars

By TXCPA Chairman Jason Freeman, JD, CPA-Dallas

Jason Freeman, CPA-DallasYour November/December issue of Today’s CPA has arrived! Whether you’re reading the print copy from your mailbox or clicking through this digital version, we know you’ll enjoy this issue. You won’t want to miss the cover story on our 2021 Rising Stars – the future of our profession.

When reading their profiles beginning, we know you’ll see the many reasons these 19 members were recognized as up and comers in TXCPA, the accounting profession and their communities. We send our heartfelt congratulations to each of these young CPAs and can’t wait to watch them continue to soar.

We’re seeking nominations for our 2022 Rising Stars and welcome your input. Submit a nomination through our simple online process. The deadline is December 31, 2021.

Also coming up is our annual TXCPA Month of Service. This is an exciting time to be involved as we mobilize our 28,000 members to give back in December with financial literacy education and service. Contact your chapter to find out how you can be involved in planned outreach near you or visit the website to find resources in The CPA Advantage toolkit to prepare for outreach on your own.

We wish you the best this holiday season! We are very grateful for your membership and trust in TXCPA!

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    Through the Rising Stars Program, TXCPA recognizes CPA members 40 years old and younger who have demonstrated significant leadership qualities and active involvement in TXCPA, the accounting profession and/or their communities. A TXCPA selection committee named the following 19 up and comers based on their contributions to the accounting profession and their communities. We are excited to introduce you to the members, in alphabetical order, who are the Rising Stars honorees for 2021.