Florida Candidate Tops Field on CPA Exam


Florida Candidate Tops Field on CPA Exam
Alison Rae Mathis, a tax consultant in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Tampa office, won the Elijah Watts Sells gold medal by earning the highest score among the nearly 60,000 candidates who sat for the CPA exam in November 2003. The other Sells awards went to Laura C. Willis of Indianapolis—who placed second, winning a silver medal—and Nivedita Giupta of Aurora, Illinois, who won the third-place bronze medal.

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