Congratulations to Our Newly Certified Members 2022!

Jennifer Argo - Finance Director - Town of Seekonk

Ramona Ceballos - Comptroller - City of Lawrence

Deborah Childs - Accounting Officer - Town of Barnstable

Juiling de los Reyer - Assistant Finance Director - Town of Natick

Melanie Dean - Town Accountant - Town of East Bridgewater

Angelica Desroches - City Accountant - City of Greenfield

Laura Fletcher - Town Accountant - Town of Southwick

Stephanie Frontiera - Town Accountant - Town of West Newbury

 Laurie Guerrini - Accounting Manager - Town of Bridgewater

Christopher Holak - Town Accountant - Town of Marblehead

Michael Lucas - Assistant Comptroller - Town of Winchester

Kenneth Lytle - Town Accountant - Town of Whitman

Mary MacKinnon - Chief Financial Officer - Town of Bellingham

Carrie Mazerolle - Town Accountant - Town of Duxbury

Carol McCoy - Town Accountant - Town of Kingston

Bryan Perry - Finance Director - Town of Wilmington

Wai Si Shing - Financial Analyst - City of Springfield

Janelle Vining - Town Accountant - Town of Dighton

Our mission at the Massachusetts Municipal Auditors' & Accountants' Association is to facilitate the development of closer relationships and better understanding among those concerned with municipal accounting and finance in Massachusetts, and support the discussion and analysis of problems relating to municipal finance under the laws of Massachusetts, and discover other objectives of mutual interest between Massachusetts municipal accounting officers. 

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Active membership may be held in the Association by the City Auditor, Town Accountant, Finance Director  or Officer having similar duties of any Massachusetts City or Town, and the Accounting Officer of any District, so-called, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  There shall be no more than two Active Memberships from each City, Town or District. 

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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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