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The New Jersey Chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI New Jersey) has selected a Westfield resident to lead the Board of Directors and the group’s officers for the fiscal 2016 – 2017 year.

Financial Executives International, a Morristown-based organization for senior-level financial executives, has an active New Jersey chapter with members representing top companies statewide of varying sizes, both public and private, and including a cross-section of industries.

FEI New Jersey selected Travis Epp, an audit partner at EisnerAmper in Iselin, to serve a second consecutive year as president. He has served on the FEI New Jersey board since 2012, helping to coordinate the organization’s programming and to steadily build its membership base across all professional platforms in the state.

“I am extremely fortunate to be working with top-notch professionals on our Board, as well as Chapter Officers, who are committed to the ongoing growth of FEI New Jersey,” Epp said. “This is the preeminent networking and education-based organization in New Jersey that serves senior-level financial professionals. For the type of work we do, membership in FEI is a critical component for success.”

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Epp, of Westfield, is a CPA with more than 20 years of combined experience in public practice and private industry. He is known in the industry for building strong client relationships throughout the year, not just during tax time.

Epp received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Saskatchewan. He is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA).

The membership also selected Ron Giaquinto as president-elect. He is chief financial officer and director of operations for Matrix New World Engineering in Florham Park.

FEI has three vice presidents: Steve Heumann, senior finance manager at York Risk Services Group in Parsippany; Steve Mullin, chief financial officer of The Dallas Group of America in Whitehouse Station, and Sal Quadrino, controller of TechMer.

The board also includes Joe Dodi as treasurer. Dodi is the director of Tieasury at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey in Newark. The FEI Secretary for fiscal 2017 is John Kirkpatrick, area senior vice president of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in Whippany.

FEI also welcomed new members to the board, including: Dorothy Montgomery, chief financial officer of Iluminage Beauty of New York; Bill Hendry, chief financial officerof Dancker Sellew & Douglas in Branchburg; Warren Tranquada, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark and Michael T. Corridon, chief financial officer of Strato Inc. in Piscataway.

Learn more about FEI at www.financialexecutives.org/.

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