MICPA Welcomes New Student Members in December



The end of the year is among the busiest time for most, and especially for students. We’d like to extend a warm welcome to the 39 new Student Members that took the time join the organization this month. We look forward to getting to know all of you as we work together to ensure your future in the profession starts with your best foot forward. Please don’t delay in setting up your online account with MICPA Connect so that you can explore all of your Student Member benefits including study groups, special events and opportunities to become a Student Champion.

Samuel Contreras of Liberty University, Alexie A. Day of Hillsdale College, Tatevik Ghazaryan from University of Illinois at Champaign, Natalie Hufnagel of Hope College, Osvaldo Lopez from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Arekeyta Porter of Schoolcraft College, and Marcus Rich at Davenport University, Grand Rapids.

From Oakland University, Sanjay S. Antani, Haitham h. Bardage, Shane T. Carney, Karli D. Filips, Patrick Foster, Lexi G. Kivari, Thomas T. Novak, Samantha Pyszczynski and both Aldijana Latic and Katsumi Anderson of Oakland University, Rochester, Student – College.

Also joining this month from Walsh College are Herchelle Kate C. Carballo, Megan N. Waara, Christopher J. Novara and Anna G. Dalessandro.

Finally, from University of Michigan – Dearborn, we welcome Maria T. Roehler, Hussein Saad, Nader Sabri, Demetrios T. Stathis, Melissa A. Suarez, Zaynab Taher, Tubah Younus, Natan I. Zekic, Brian M. Wolter, Stanislovas Orentas, Gavril Pitu, Zackary Mlynarczyk-Faucett, Joshua M. Nelson, Genaveive Kassab, CollegeApril Grazia, Nadejda Hassoun, Reayann Dabaja, and Hebah J. Al-Samhouri.

Congratulations to all of you on your decision to work toward this profession and thank you for choosing the MICPA as your state association. Don’t forget to subscribe to our monthly student enewsletter to keep up to date on student news, events and opportunities within the organization.   

Source: MICPA

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