State Board Report

December 2011

Daniel J. Dustin, CPA, will become NASBA’s Vice President of State Board Relations on January 1, 2012. Currently he is the executive secretary of the New York State Board for Accountancy and was the 2010 recipient of NASBA’s Lorraine P. Sachs Standard of Excellence Award. He has taken an active role in many of NASBA’s committees, including the CPA Examination and Administration Committee, Accountancy Licensee Database Task Force and Executive Directors Committee.

Incoming NASBA President and CEO Ken L. Bishop explained that Mr. Dustin in this new position will be an advocate for the State Boards. He said, “Dan will be a great addition to the NASBA team and has the exact qualities and attributes to fulfill this new position which will ensure enhanced advocacy for State Boards.” In his work with the New York Board, Mr. Dustin developed and drafted proposed legislation and amendments to the state’s accountancy rules and regulations.

NASBA President and CEO David A. Costello, CPA, said that Mr. Dustin’s abilities would complement NASBA’s executive staff: “His extensive knowledge and experience in government, and particularly in Accountancy Board matters, will help NASBA meet more comprehensively its principal mandate to help Boards be more effective.”

Colleen Conrad, CPA, will become NASBA’s Executive Vice President and COO on January 1, 2012.

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