The National Accreditation Commission (NAC) 


    A group of people represent the National Accreditation CommissionThe National Accreditation Commission (NAC) supports the AICPA by leading the AICPA accreditation process and creating an environment that fosters the efficient and effective development of marketplace recognition for CPA-provided specialty services. It recommends and implements specific credential programs, including the evaluation of business plans for each accreditation effort and provides a continuous and rigorous oversight process of existing programs, including assessment of domestic and global market and CPA/CPA equivalent acceptance, competition, and the appropriateness of entry and maintenance requirements. The NAC also oversees the sunset of credentials if appropriate. 

    The NAC also works with the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) Credential Committee; the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) Credential Committee; the Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) Credential Committee; and the Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) Credential Committee in considering ways to increase participation in the ABV, CFF, CITP, and PFS credential programs. 

     

    National Accreditation Commission (NAC)
    as of October 1, 2014

    Michael Ueltzen, Chair - Sacramento, California

    Chet Joshi - Chicago, Illinois

    Cynthia Adams - West Des Moines, Iowa

    Harold Martin - Glen Allen, Virginia

    Peter Dent - Toronto (Ontario) Canada

    Michael Pender - Sarasota, Florida

    Robert Fay - Canton, Ohio

    Ronald Seigneur - Golden, Colorado

    Marc Filer - Washington, DC

    Tommie Singleton - Bessemer, Alabama

    Aretha Hill - Tallahassee, Florida

    Jimmy Williams - McAlester, Oklahoma

    Jeannette Koger 
    AICPA Liason
    Durham, North Carolina

    Kristen Hughes 
    AICPA Liason 
    Durham, North Carolina
     

     

     




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