The Montana Society of CPAs (MSCPA) announced that Allen Lloyd Jr. will become executive director in June, replacing the retiring Jane Egan, who has led the association since 2000.
Lloyd, an Ohio native, was selected by a search task force and leaders of MSCPA. Lloyd has 13 years of experience working with the accounting profession.
Since 2010, he has held various roles at The Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA), the fifth largest state CPA association in the country with 25,000 members. Most recently, as senior manager, board and executive operations, Lloyd has helped manage key initiatives including modernizing the association’s governance structure, developing an assessment process to evaluate and bring new member programs on board while sun-setting others, and planning a series of member town hall events each year in more than 20 cities.
Prior to OSCPA, Lloyd worked for former Columbus, Ohio-based public accounting firm Norman Jones Enlow & Co. as firm administrator.
“The Montana Society of CPAs has a strong history of influence in the accounting profession,” Lloyd said. “I’m excited to join an organization that is focused on the future and on leveraging Montana’s qualify of life to grow the CPA profession in the state and engage members in shaping the accounting profession of the future.”