AAFCPAs’ Kerrie Dupré to Serve as Board President of Huntington’s Disease Society of America, RI Chapter
AAFCPAs is excited to announce that Kerrie K. Dupré, CPA has been appointed and agrees to serve as the President of the Board of Directors of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, Rhode Island Chapter. She has been an active board member of the organization since 2016.
Kerrie will donate her time, talent and expertise to further the strategic goals of the organization, and to advocate for those living with Huntington’s Disease and their loved ones affected by the disease.
“My involvement with the Huntington’s Disease Society has been a rewarding way to share my skills and talents with an organization whose mission I feel passionately about supporting,” said Dupré. “I am excited for this extraordinary opportunity to work with the CEO and fellow board members to continue to create a strong, robust organization on a steady course toward the fulfillment of its mission.”
Kerrie is a leader in AAFCPAs’ commercial assurance practice, serving manufacturers & distributors, software & high-tech companies, management consultancies, and publishers. She is the founder and leader of AAFCPAs’ Volunteer Committee, focused on encouraging and supporting AAFCPAs’ employees to contribute their time and expertise in service to those in need. Kerrie is also an active alumnus of the College of the Holy Cross and was recently selected by the College to serve as a guest panelist providing her perspective on how business professionals can prioritize community service.
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About the Huntington’s Disease Society of America
The Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) is the premier nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease. From community services and education to advocacy and research, HDSA is the world’s leader in providing help for today, hope for tomorrow for people with Huntington’s disease and their families. In the battle against Huntington’s disease no one fights alone.