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Geoffrey Dougall is managing partner at Dougall Conradie LLC in Portland. Geoff created the firm after nearly 11 years working in Dallas, Texas. Under his leadership, Dougall Conradie has focused on serving small business owners and creating a highly responsive firm to meet their needs and challenges. Geoff specializes in income taxes, business consulting and financial planning and appreciates being a small part of helping his clients manage, grow, and ultimately sell/transition their businesses. Geoff has been an OSCPA member since 2004.
Sherri McPherson, IOM, CAE, is President/CEO of the Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants.
As chief staff of OSCPA, and its membership of approximately 4,300 members, McPherson works with volunteers, professional staff and various stakeholders to represent, support, advocate and enthusiastically advance the Accounting profession. The Society’s membership represents five generations, comprised of CPAs, prospective CPAs, prior CPAs, retired and life members, students, and beyond, in all phases of their diverse careers. OSCPA represents members located in Oregon, the Northwest, nationally and internationally as well as Oregon CPA firms.
She joined the Society in 1981 and has held the position of President/CEO since 2011. She held several prior positions with the Society, including Director, Continuing Professional Education, and Vice President, Professional Development from 1989 to 2011.
McPherson is a member and former Board member of Certified Public Accountants Society Executives Association (CPA/SEA) where she serves on several committees. She is also a Past President of Oregon Society of Association Management (OSAM), and a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). McPherson has served in leadership and volunteer roles on a variety of national CPA Society projects and committees. She is a former member of the Forbes Nonprofit Council (2016-2019) and previously served in a variety of local volunteer roles with Boy Scouts.