There are many ways to get involved with CPAs as a member of TXCPA Fort Worth.  Whether you are looking for opportunities to develop your skills, connect with CPAs, or give back to the community, there is a place for you here. 

The table below contains a variety of options sorted by time commitment for the fiscal year beginning June 1 2019. If you need help choosing the right fit for you, call or email Jennifer Davis at the Chapter office for assistance. 

NOTEWORTHY EVENTS (yellow boxes)

Signature events highlighting networking, serving, and learning opportunities. 

ONE TIME COMMITMENT (orange boxes)

Volunteering opportunities that require a short, one-off time commitment.


Volunteering opportunities that offer a chance to expand your network, build teamwork experience, and help shape and build a strong association that serves the profession and CPAs in Fort Worth.

Naomi Tune-Christy Stinson- Allyson Baumeister

Christi Stinson (middle) introduces newly licensed CPA Naomi Tune (left) to Chapter board member Allyson Baumeister (right). 

OpportunityMore informationCommitmentHow do I get involved?
Lunch & LearnOne hour of networking CPE with thought-provoking, informative topicsLunch once a monthRegister here
Rivertree Party HostHelp students shop for gifts to give their families, staff one of the activitiesOne morningRegister here

Career Development Forum 

November 15, 2019

A full day of panel discussions and presentations on issues for early to mid-career accounting professionalsOne dayRegister here
Tax Institute 2020Identify topics and speakers for the 36th Annual Fort Worth CPA Tax InstituteOne meetingEmail Staff
Members CPE Day 2020Plan the largest gathering of CPAs in Fort WorthOne meetingEmail Staff
Softball TournamentBe a team captain for the October 19 tournamentOne meetingSign up here
SantaccountantsHelp sort, bag and tag gifts for distributionOne dayRegister here
Accounting Career Education Speakers BureauPractice your public speaking: do a “Pathway to CPA” presentation at a local college or university. Training and scripts provided.One training + speaking engagements as neededEmail Staff
Rivertree Planning CommitteePlan holiday party and stock the shop -- the Chapter sets up a store where kids can shop for their families2-3 meetings, plus email outreachEmail Staff
UP GroupPlan and implement business development, social and community service events that add to Under 40 CPAs' professional growth and connections within the business community. Plan and implement a successful career development program6 meetings (some by teleconference) 5:30 - 7:00 pmEmail Staff
Membership OversightOptimize the Chapter's recruitment and retention activities particurlarly with newly licensed CPAs2-3 meetings, plus email outreachEmail Staff
B&IRun programs targeted to interests of members working in industry, including: monthly CPE program, annual conference, and a networking mixer6 (every other month, at noon)Email Staff
Community OutreachCreate opportunities for member engagement in community service volunteering activities2-3 meetings, plus event participationEmail Staff
TXCPA Advocacy Efforts Provide support for TSCPA regulatory and legislative initiatives3 to 4 meetingsEmail Staff
Accounting Career EducationTake the good news about careers in accounting to students. Continue and strengthen relationships with accounting faculties at the region's universities3 to 4 meetingsEmail Staff
CommunicationsEvaluate and refine digital communication strategy to assure members are informed and connected. Provide content for regional business publications as means to advance the image of the profession and the public’s understanding of the value of CPA professionals.3 to 4 meetingsEmail Staff

Comprehensive list of events and activities.


Chapter Leaders


More about our committees


Additionally, the state Society has many volunteer options for you to explore.

TXCPA involvement opportunities