MassCPAs Announces Leadership Transition


The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants (MassCPAs) has announced that president and CEO Amy Pitter will retire at the end of the year, to be replaced by deputy CEO and former vice president of advocacy Zach Donah, effective Jan. 1, 2024.


“In the years I’ve worked with Zach, he has developed a track record of leadership, not only in the accounting industry, but also within the association and business communities,” says Pitter, who has served as president and CEO since 2015. “His vision will be instrumental in guiding the profession, growing the accounting pipeline and maintaining the society’s unwavering commitment to helping our members learn, connect and prosper.”

Donah joined MassCPAs in 2013 and has worked alongside Pitter on many of the organization’s strategic priorities, including advocacy, pipeline, government affairs and DEI initiatives.

“[Zach] is a steadfast leader with experience, industry perspective and passion to successfully execute the society’s strategic goals, building on Amy’s incredible legacy,” says MassCPAs board chair Laura O’Brien. “We are delighted to have Zach at the helm as the accounting profession enters its next phase of growth.”


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