AICPA President and CEO, Barry C. Melancon, CPA, provides an overview of the current state of the profession’s pipeline and educating the profession’s future.
AICPA Leadership Academy
The AICPA Foundation: Accounting Faculty Shortage
This Way to CPA 2010 AICPA Accounting Competition
AICPA Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop (2009)
Economic Crisis: Barry Melancon, CPA - Welcome Message
Return to the Classroom - The Bell for Accounting 101
Return to the Classroom - 3 Campaign Spots
Report from the President and CEO Part 1 SC14
AICPA Leadership Academy Launch
Financial Literacy Month Message from Barry Melancon (2009)
Current Issues and the Future of Audits of Public Companies
Barry Melancon, CPA on Rule 7216 (Jan 2009)
Supporting Main Street America in Financial Reporting
Jeannie Patton: The Next Generation of CPAs
TWTCPA - AICPA Legacy Scholars: Leaving Behind a Legacy
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AICPA President and CEO, Barry C. Melancon, CPA, provides an overview of the current state of the professionâs pipeline and educating the professionâs future.
Personal development and leadership training for young CPAs took center stage at the 1st AICPA Leadership Academy. Barry Melancon, Ernie Almonte and participants talk about the value of this Academy. (2009)
TV Program aimed at young children to teach the basic fundamentals of financial literacy.
A look at the history of the Uniform CPA Examination and how the new Revised exam modernizes the content and the way the exam is administered to better prepare candidates for the dynamic and technologically complex business world.
The corporate world has changed a lot in the last few decades. This video explores the ways CPAs strive to find a balance between their work and home lives, and how the profession allows them the flexibility to do so. (2004)