HRC is pleased to announce that Jacqueline Matthew, CPA has been nominated to serve on the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) Joint Trial Board. Matthew’s term will start in 2021 and last for three years.
Matthew has been with HRC since 2010 and currently serves as the firm’s lead attest principal for the Southern Nevada region She specializes in performing non-profit attest and compliance work, including Single Audits, FQHCs, New Markets Tax Credit transactions, and more. Matthew holds a variety of AICPA certifications, including Intermediate and Advanced Single Audit Certifications and Not-For-Profit I and II Certifications.
“I am humbled and consider it quite an honor to receive this prestigious nomination,” said Matthew. “I am excited to spend the next three years working with my board colleagues towards the maintenance and betterment of the professional standards of our industry.”
The AICPA’s Joint Trial Board exists to uphold the standards and practices of AICPA members. The group is tasked with upholding the AICPA’s Joint Ethics Enforcement Program (JEEP) by conducting any necessary hearings regarding to dispose of charges under the organizations “Rules of Procedure and Practice.”
A summa cum laude graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Matthew earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2009. She is currently affiliated with the AICPA, the Nevada Society of CPAs (NSCPA), and Beta Alpha Psi. She is a member of the Leadership Henderson class of 2015 and the Partner Institute class of 2020. Raised in Southern Florida and West Virginia, Matthew currently lives in Las Vegas with her husband, their five children and three horses.