The CPA Pipeline: Challenges and Opportunities for the Profession

August 18, 2022

The CPA profession is experiencing a staffing shortage, primarily at the front end of the pipeline. In this recording of a webinar presented on Aug. 11, 2022, find out what CPAs, employers and accounting educators can do to attract and retain a robust pipeline of CPAs and CPA candidates.

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Adrienne  Gonzalez

Adrienne Gonzalez

Adrienne is managing editor of Going Concern, Millennial accountants’ snarky news source since 2009. A witch she met on the 38 Geary in San Francisco back in 2007 cursed her to spend her career in accounting, a surprisingly pleasant place to be no matter what that witch said. A skilled cat wrangler, she lives in Richmond, VA where she can be found hiking along the James River and yelling at clouds."
Don  Meyer

Don Meyer

Don Meyer, CAE, is the chief marketing officer of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, where he is responsible for setting the vision, strategy and direction for the organization’s marketing, communications and membership campaigns and for driving the success of a deep and broad swath of organizational initiatives. He can be reached at

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Jerry  Maginnis

Jerry Maginnis

Jerry Maginnis, CPA, is an executive in residence at Rowan University and author. Previously, he spent 36 years with KPMG in Philadelphia, serving as managing partner from 2006 through 2015. He is a member of the NJCPA and serves on the Strategic Planning Committee.

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Joseph F. Hunt

Joseph F. Hunt

Joseph Hunt, CPA, PSA, is an assurance senior at CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP). He is a member of the NJCPA Emerging Leaders Council and the Finance Committee at The Salvation Army. He can be reached at