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Congratulations to Our Newly Certified Members 2023!

Xinyue (Cheryl) Allen - Town Accountant- Town of Stockbridge

David Andrus - Town Accountant - Town of Tyngsborough

Kelly Beyer - Town Accountant - Town of Carlisle

Morgan Dwinell - Finance & Budget Analyst - Town of Wellesley

Andrew Foster - Town Accountant - Town of Medfield

Shawn McGoldrick - Internal Auditor - Town of Braintree

Tiana Moreau - Assistant Town Accountant - Town of Wellesley

Ellen Petrillo - Town Accountant - Town of Groveland

Allyson Podgurski - Assistant Town Accountant - Town of Canton

Jennifer Reddington - Comptroller/ Finance Director - City of Leominster

Michelle Rota - Assistant Town Accountant - Town of Bridgewater

Amelia (Amy) Tierney - Town Accountant - Town of Edgartown

Teena Tilton - Town Accountant - Town of Eastham

Stela Zaloshnja - Deputy Comptroller - City of Newton

Our mission at the Massachusetts Municipal Auditors' & Accountants' Association is to advance professionalism and understanding among those concerned with municipal accounting and finance in Massachusetts through education and training; the development of a closer relationship among colleagues and associates; the sponsorship and support of legislation deemed favorable to municipal finance and the profession; the promotion of any other objectives of mutual interest to Massachusetts municipal accounting and auditing officers.  Join us 

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MMAAA Certification Program

In March 1985 the Massachusetts Municipal Auditors’ and Accountants’ Association (MMAAA) established a Certification Program to provide a measurement of achievement for governmental auditors and accountants.  The Program, which is purely voluntary and restricted only to members, is offered by the Association to advance the professionalism of its members.    

Members who pass both the Practical (Accounting) and Legal examinations and meet all of the educational and experience requirements are recognized as a Certified Governmental Accountant (CGA) by the Association. The examinations, which are very in-depth, test a member’s knowledge of municipal accounting and law.  

The examinations are held at the Annual School (usually at U-Mass, Amherst in March), and the certificates are awarded to those newly certified members at our Annual Meeting (usually at Cape Cod in June).

In order to retain CGA status, one must be a continuous member of the Association every year, and attend the Annual School at least once every three years.

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