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Jen Vacha Elected to MSCPA Board of Directors


Jennifer M. Vacha, CPAST. LOUIS (July 13, 2016) Jen Vacha, CPA and principal in the Brown Smith Wallace tax services practice, has been elected to the Missouri Society of CPAs Board of Directors.

Vacha, who was recently recognized by the MSCPA as a "Woman to Watch" and an experienced leader in the accounting profession, will serve a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2016. As a member of the Board, she will serve on the Finance and Audit Committee.

Vacha frequently presents on not-for-profit IRS information filings to boards and audit committees to enhance their knowledge about Form 990 and the story it tells about their organization. Her presentations to those charged with governance cover topics such as required disclosures, compliance with other reporting requirements, good governance, compensation, revenue hierarchy, reporting special events, and differences between financial statement and Form 990 reporting.

In addition to her involvement with the MSCPA, Vacha also serves her community as a member of the Children’s Home Society of Missouri finance committee and a member of the Gateway Huskers, an alumni association that funds scholarships for the University of Nebraska scholarship program. She is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor in Business Administration.


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Brown Smith Wallace is the second-largest, locally owned, full-service CPA and business advisory firm in Missouri with 280 employees. The firm is nationally recognized as a “Top 100 Firm” by Accounting Today and INSIDE Public Accounting and is the top ranked St. Louis firm in the 2017 Vault Accounting Firm rankings. For more information, visit or call 314-983-1200.

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