AICPA chair receives honorary citation from Maryland governor


 Kimberly Ellison-Taylor with Maryland state Sen. Brian Feldman
Kimberly Ellison-Taylor with Maryland state Sen. Brian Feldman (Photo by Michael Gibeault/Blue Ocean Ideas)

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan issued a citation in recognition of Kimberly Ellison-Taylor's accomplishments and service on behalf of CPAs. Kimberly Ellison-Taylor is the chair of the American Institute of CPAs and the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants.

The citation was presented to Ellison-Taylor by Maryland state Sen. Brian Feldman during the Maryland Association of CPAs' annual "CPA Day in Annapolis" event.

The citation recognizes her leadership as the first AICPA chair from Maryland and her contributions to the accounting profession. Ellison-Taylor, global accounting strategy director for Oracle America, is also past chair of the Maryland Association of CPAs and has served on many of its committees.

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