Kaiser will serve a one-year term as chair-elect in preparation of serving a one-year term as chair of the Executive Board during 2021-2022. A decades-long member of the OSCPA, she was first elected to the Executive Board in 2017.
"During these especially challenging times, I am honored to serve as chair-elect of the OSCPA," said Kaiser. "It is vital that our accounting organization continue to provide our members with the resources they need to best serve the community as trusted business advisors, as well as to strengthen their own skill sets to meet the current and future demands of our rapidly changing economy and profession."
Kaiser shared she is committed to using her new leadership role to further advance the strategic priorities of the OSCPA, including focusing on initiatives to attract talent to the CPA profession and ensuring advancement opportunities are available to all–especially people of diversity and women.
In addition to serving on the Executive Board, Kaiser also volunteers her time and talent to the OSCPA to serve in other roles. She has been a member of the Women's Initiatives Committee since 2013 and currently serves as the committee's chair, and is a past member of the Finance Committee.
Established over 110 years ago, the nonprofit OSCPA's mission is to empower CPAs and related professionals to drive value as trusted business advisors by fostering professional excellence and integrity, building community and advocating for members and those they serve.
With 27,000+ members working in business, education, government and public accounting, the OSCPA is proud to partner with the accounting profession to advance the state of business in Ohio so the state enjoys a healthy and sustainable economic environment.