The deadline for submitting award and fellowship nominations has now passed.
Every year, CPABC calls for nominations for the following member recognition awards.
Nominators are responsible for ensuring that the file is complete and that the information it contains is accurate and sufficient to allow the committees to fairly evaluate the nomination. The committees also reserve the right to have the main facts in support of a nomination validated by an outside source.
Click on the relevant award to see what it recognizes, how the eligibility and selection criteria work, and links to the nomination forms.
* Note: The Community Service and Service to the Profession Awards nomination form has now been combined.
The Board of Directors has formed two member recognition committees to administer the program, which are chaired by the past chair of the CPABC board. After carefully reviewing and evaluating the nominations received, these committees will make recommendations to the board. One committee will consider fellowships, lifetime achievement awards, and honorary CPAs. The second committee will review the nominations for early achievement, community service, and service to the profession.
Once the CPABC board has approved the awards, the award winners will be contacted directly. For unsuccessful nominations, the nominator will be contacted, as the nominee may not be aware that they have been nominated.
Note: To be eligible for a CPABC member recognition award, a candidate cannot have already received a similar award from one of the legacy bodies.
The deadline for submitting award and fellowship nominations has passed.
For 2016, the following members were recognized under the noted categories:
The Member Recognition Dinner is scheduled for Wednesday, February 15, 2017, at which time the recipients will be formally recognized.
Congratulations to our 2016 Member Recognition Award winners.
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