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FICPA Chair Mia Thomas
Mia A. Thomas, CPA, CGMA is President of Mia A. Thomas, P.A., Certified Public Accountant. She has provided accounting and tax services for over 29 years. Her clients include closely held businesses, not-for-profit associations, physicians, professional athletes and domestic and international individuals and companies.
Thomas has a thorough knowledge of federal, Florida, and local taxes. She prepares business plans, and financial audits and reviews. Her experience includes profit companies and not-for-profit organizations. She consults for non-profit boards on accounting and board governance. She is a frequent speaker on topics including income taxes; international tax issues; financial accountability and strategic planning; and business etiquette and protocol.
Thomas graduated from the University Of Central Florida School Of Accounting with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in computer science. She is a licensed CPA in the State of Florida and holds a Florida license in real estate sales.
In 2012, Thomas was awarded as one of the 25 “Most Powerful Women in Accounting” in the U.S. by the CPA Practice Advisor. The FICPA nominated Thomas for this inaugural award.
Thomas is a member of the AICPA Council. She is a director and past president of the FICPA Central Florida Chapter and a trustee-emeritus and past president of the FICPA Educational Foundation. She serves on the Tax Advisory Council of TaxWatch.
Thomas serves with National House of Hope and is a Board member of the Orange and Seminole County Academy of Finance. She is treasurer of Panua Partners of Hope; a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; and the Children’s Ministry volunteer at the First United Methodist Church of Winter Park.
About the FICPA
Founded in 1905, the Florida Institute of CPAs is a Tallahassee-based, statewide, professional association representing member-CPAs throughout Florida. With a membership of more than 18,000 CPAs, the Institute’s mission is to serve the diverse needs of its members; enhance their competency and professionalism; support professional standards; promote the value of our members; and advocate on behalf of the profession.