Matthew Boyle, MBA
Matthew Boyle brings strategic business insight to the AAFCPAs Partner team. As the firm’s Chief Marketing Officer, he is the leader of the brand and focuses on AAFCPAs’ client experience, ensuring the authenticity of the value proposition across all practice areas. Matthew joined AAFCPAs in 2013 and has 20 years of diverse experience in public accounting and professional services consulting. He closely monitors the needs of AAFCPAs’ client base, and continuously studies trends on the changing role of the CFO to ensure the firm fulfills its promise to provide the highest quality assurance, tax, and consulting solutions to buyers who appreciate exceptional value.
Matthew’s inspiring leadership includes a high powered marketing team that demonstrates effectiveness, including award-winning design, creative websites, and impactful communications. In addition to conducting in-house trainings and coaching for AAF team members, Matthew delivers educational seminars for business executives such as a Social Media for CFOs in Transition workshop for Financial Executives International (FEI) Boston. He is an adjunct marketing professor at Dean College and an enthusiastic mentor for students and young professionals who want to make a difference with their professional careers.
- University of Massachusetts, Boston – Masters of Business Administration
- Merrimack College – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing, summa cum laude
- Association of Accounting Marketing (AAM), Marketing Achievement Awards
- 2015 AAFCPAs Corporate Identity Integrated Re-Brand
- 2015 New AAFCPAs Corporate Website
- Lazarus House Ministries, Inc. – Board of Advisors
- Dean College – Adjunct Professor of Business Marketing and Board of Advisors
- Merrimack College – Mentor for business students, young alumni, and Board of Advisors
- Association of Latino Professionals For America , Inc. (ALPFA) – Professional Mentor
- Northeast Catholic College – President’s Advisory Council
- Financial Executives International (FEI) Boston – Communications Committee