The Board of Directors has named Christina Tharp, CFO of Hamilton Tharp; Chairman of the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) International Executive Committee.
Tina is the Managing Partner of Hamilton Tharp, LLP, the Solana Beach, California-based public accounting and business consulting firm. As Chairman of the EMEA International Executive Committee she will be responsible for the strategic planning of the organization’s international alliances with Auditrust International. Tina will also represent CPAsNET by traveling to Auditrust International’s EMEA Meeting in the Fall of 2019.
CPAsNET’s partnership with Auditrust was conceived because of the increasing need of business who rely on their CPA firms to provide global resources and specialists. CPAsNET firms meet their client’s growing international demands by working within a system of international associates who help serves mid- market enterprises looking to expand their footprint.
Tina was unanimously re-elected for this prestigious position by her peers. Sarah Johnson Dobek, President of CPAsNET noted that: “Tina is well-respected within the organization, profession and international community of trusted financial advisors. A true trailblazer, Tina understands the importance of continued innovation and providing clients with the local, national and international perspective needed to prosper in challenging markets and times. The International Executive Committee will benefit from her expertise” said Dobek.
Tina has nearly a quarter century of experience in working with international financial issues and is the youngest member of CPAsNET to be elected to this post. In addition to holding her B.S. degree in Finance from San Diego State University she also serves on the Executive Committee of the Professional’s Education Network, an organization dedicated to providing opportunities to minority student seeking careers in the accounting professions.
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