Louisiana CPA receives Public Service Award


Joseph Zanco, executive vice president and CFO for Home Bank, received the AICPA's 2016 Public Service Award for Individuals for his efforts to improve the Acadiana area of Louisiana.

The annual award honors an individual who has demonstrated outstanding public service and is the Institute's highest honor for public service leadership, impact, involvement, and innovation. Winners are nominated by AICPA members or state CPA societies from across the country.

A resident of Lafayette, La., Zanco is a member of the board of directors and past chairman of One Acadiana, which promotes regional economic development. He serves as vice chair of the Finance Committee on the board of trustees for Lafayette General Health, a not-for-profit, community-owned regional health system. He is the founder of Lead the Change Now, a movement focused on inspiring personal responsibility and serving others. He also is a graduate of Leadership Lafayette, a community leadership development program.

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