Volunteering allows you the opportunity to get a fresh perspective, network, grow your business, and get referrals. Volunteering is the most productive way to get involved with MSATP.

Here is what our Volunteers had to say

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“Volunteering with MSATP’s marketing committee helped me understand how to market and target efforts in an effective process and learn to apply it within my career at Hertzbach. In addition to accounting work, I now collaborate often with our Marketing Department i order to promote our company and manage our marketing efforts.”

– Judy Pincus
Hertzbach & Company, P.A.
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“I’ve grown as a leader being a part of the MSATP volunteering program. Starting off with committees and then going into the board and eventually serving as president developed my leadership abilites and connections to the federal and state government departments. It’s not just helping me, it’s helping others like my clients as I go along.”

– Joshua Roberson,
JP Roberson & Associates
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“Volunteering has helped me learn better organizational skills that I have been able to apply into our practice. It has helped us in learning how to organize our time, as well as, prioritize tasking.”

– Christine Giovetti
Giovetti & Giovetti CPA
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I couldn’t practice without being a member of the Society…and it’s an honor, a privilege, and an ethical responsibility to now, at this point, give back, by serving the Society.

Jonathan Rivlin
CPA of The Rivlin Group PC

Join a Committee

Putting in just 12 hours annually could impact your business exponentially.


This committee develops a three-day membership event that is complete with education, networking, and activities. You will sharpen your skills on event contract, banquet event orders, and meal negotiations which will come in handy as you plan your own business picnics and holiday parties.


What is your succession plan? This committee works to develop guidelines on a comprehensive succession plan and how the plan, when unforeseen circumstances happens in our daily lives.


Experiencing issues that may cause conflicts helps you communicate, navigate and mediate issues within your own business.

Committee on
Professional Regulations

Ability to have a heavy hand in legislation that impacts your practice and clients.

Education and
Professional Studies

You’re on the cutting edge of advancements in the profession and how it impacts your clients.

Leadership / Long
Range planing

Many solo to mid-size owners never consider their long range plans. Working with other like-minded individuals to outline the goals of the Society, will provide you the knowledge to develop and define the objectives and actions necessary to achieve your personal and business goals.

Membership /

You learn about marketing ideas and campaigns transferrable to your practice, as well as access to a larger network of professionals and resources.


You get unfiltered, first-hand input of what young professionals are looking for and new technology, securing the sustainability and succession of your business.

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