Maffia of Janover appointed to the State Board of Public Accountancy by The University of New York

April 06, 2021 - Front Section

New York, NY According to JANOVER LLC, partner Joseph Maffia, CPA, CGMA, on his appointment by The University of the State of New York as a board member to the State Board of Public Accountancy. He will serve a five-year term ending in March 2026.

The role of a state board member is an integral part of the Office of the Professions governing licensed CPA Professionals, by advising the Regents and the Education Department of the State of New York on all aspects of professional education, licensing, practice and conduct.

Maffia has practiced public accounting for nearly 40 years. Serving businesses and individuals across a wide array of industries, including Technology & software development, sports, arts & entertainment and charities, foundations & not-for-profits. At Janover, Maffia serves as co-chair of the Quality Control Committee, having previously served on Janover’s Executive Committee.

Maffia is the past chairman of the Accounting and Review Services Committee and the Entertainment and Sports Committee of the NYSSCPA. He also served on the Small Business Advisory Committee to the Financial Accounting Standards Board and on the Accounting and Review Services Committee of the American Institute of CPAs, helping to establish compilation and review standards for the profession. Additionally, Maffia has served on the boards of several not-for-profit organizations including as a Trustee and Audit Committee chairman of the Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum, as a co-president of the Gertrude and Morrison Parker West Side Republican Party, as a treasurer of The Alliance for New York State Arts Organizations, and he is on the Board of New Dramatists, where he is a member of the Audit Committee. The mission of the New Dramatists is to provide playwrights with time, space, and resources in the company of gifted peers to create work, realize their artistic potential, and make a lasting contribution to the theatre. He has also been a board member of Arts Action New York and was appointed to Manhattan’s Community Board #5.



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