Heather McGee, CPA and Senior Manager at Vicenti, was elected Second Vice President of the Community College Internal Auditors (CCIA) Board on Thursday, May 8, 2014.
The CCIA is an organization of financial professionals supporting California’s community colleges. Its purpose is to encourage cooperative relationships among community college internal auditors, promote and encourage the establishment of internal auditing functions and standards within community colleges, provide members with quality training, and keep members informed on current issues.
The CCIA presents semi-annual conferences each fall and spring, offering presentations on a variety of topics of interest to community college financial professionals and providing an opportunity for members to share best practices and discuss emerging issues. McGee’s first conference was in the fall of 2009, and she has since presented at three CCIA conferences.
“As a CPA with both internal and external audit experience, I hope to be a helpful resource to the group,” said McGee. “I look forward to providing valuable input for future conference topics and being part of the CCIA’s important purpose.”
With seventeen years of external and internal audit experience, McGee conducts financial and compliance audits for both community college districts and not-for-profit organizations. She assists several community college clients in auditing their not-for-profit organizations, including college foundations and auxiliaries.
For over 60 years, Vicenti, Lloyd & Stutzman has provided accounting, audit, tax, fraud investigation and advisory services to clients throughout the state of California. They serve a wide range of entities including governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, commercial businesses, as well as private individuals. For more information, call (626) 857-7300.