The Board of Directors includes the FICPA chair, chair-elect, nine directors, the Chair of the FICPA's Young CPAs Committee (non-voting) and the FICPA's President & CEO, who serves as the Secretary-Treasurer (also, non-voting).

Together, the Board implements the Council's policies and oversees the Institute's activities. Each officer, with the exception of the President/CEO, serves a two-year term that runs from July 1 to June 30

Each year, Florida CPA Today profiles the Board of Directors' chair-elect and directors, asking them to share their thoughts on pressing issues and making a difference through the FICPA. Meet the 2022-2023 FICPA Board of Directors:

Chair Julian Dozier

Board of Directors Bios


The FICPA Council is the Institute’s governing body. It sets the policies and procedures that help the Institute realize its mission.

The Council has 30 voting members and one non-voting member. It is comprised of six regional representatives, 11 members-at-large, the two most recent past chairs and the 12 members of the Board of Directors. The President/CEO of the Institute serves as Secretary-Treasurer (a non-voting member) for both the Board of Directors and Council.

Members, find Council contact information here.

Chapter Leaders

The FICPA has 26 chapters, which are further grouped into six geographical regions, each of which have a representative. Each chapter elects its own officers, including chair, chair-elect, secretary and treasurer.

Members, find Chapter Leader contact information here.

Committees & Task Forces

In addition, the FICPA has many working committees and task forces to provide leadership in each of these targeted groups.

Members, find Committee and Task Force contact information here.

Volunteer Opportunities

The FICPA welcomes you to learn more about your chapter and region, and the many opportunities to volunteer.

CPE sponsors

The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: