History of AAA
The Association of Accounting Administrators was founded on January 1, 1984, to enable accounting firm administrators to communicate with one another and provide each other with the benefits of everyone's experiences in what was a new and emerging profession.
Through a combination of local meetings and seminars, and national conferences, publications and surveys, AAA, an individual membership society, offers maximum benefit to members at minimal cost.
AAA is the one representative voice of the profession. Many of our members put forth a great deal of effort toward educating the public accounting profession about the benefits of hiring professional administrators to run the business affairs of their respective firms. They have also largely shaped the profession, determined direction for administrator career pathing, and have been on the cutting edge of developments in our profession.
Several of our members currently hold seats on the MAP Committee of their particular state society. A number of members have been called upon to speak before various groups of partners, for the same reason, to teach them just how beneficial administrators can be to their respective firms. In fact, several AAA members have become principals or partners within their respective firms, crediting much of their professional success to AAA. AAA is also featured in its own section in the AICPA's Management of An Accounting Practice Handbook.
To add to our array of membership services, we changed our name to reflect a broader undertaking. In 1994, our name became the Association for Accounting Administration. With this more focused direction, we continue to grow as needs are identified. As AAA grows, so will the stature and recognition of accounting administrators. As a new member of the Association, you can be part of this exciting profession.
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