Annual CPE Conference

One of our biggest events is our annual CPE conference held in October every year. For a low price, you will receive 16 hours of CPE while hearing from engaging speakers on a variety of topics as well as satisfy ethics requirement! This event is one of our most well attended events year after year and continually growing. We hope to see you! 

Currently we are planning for an in-person event on October 20-21. More info to follow!

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Lunch and Learn

Hoping to receive CPE credit but can't spend two days at a conference? Throughout the year, we host hour long lunch and learns to give our members plenty of chances for CPE as well as time to network. These events are held throughout the Valley.

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September Lunch and Learn

Date: Thursday, September 16, 2021
Time: 12:00p – 1:00p
Location: Online
Topic: Changes within the VSCPA and the Profession

Stephanie Peters

President & Chief Executive Officer

Stephanie Peters, CAE, is president & chief executive officer of the Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA), a statewide professional association for CPAs. She has been with the VSCPA since 1997 and leads the organization on national and state professional issues, legislative and regulatory activities and external relations. As president & CEO, Stephanie is a member of the VSCPA Board of Directors and its Executive Committee. Nationally, she has served on the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) Peer Review Board and the AICPA/National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) Uniform Accountancy Act Committee; as chair of the (NASBA) State Society Relations Committee; and she is a past president of the CPA Society Executives’ Association. A Certified Association Executive (CAE), Stephanie served as president of the Virginia Society of Association Executives and has received its CEO Award of Excellence. She currently serves as chair of the Virginia Council on Economic Education. Stephanie received her Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Virginia and her Master of Public Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is also a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management and Lead Virginia.