AGA Ozarks Chapter Earns Two Prestigious Awards for Excellence

The Ozarks Chapter has been honored with two prestigious awards: Teresa Allen receives the Volunteer of the Year for her exceptional dedication, while Carmen Todea and Candace Grossman earn the Chapter Communications Award for their innovative outreach efforts. These accolades highlight the chapter's commitment to service and communication excellence within the AGA organization.

Local Students Awarded AGA Ozark Chapter Scholarships

We're thrilled to announce that Luke Jordan and Tucker Deschaine, college students with a passion for accounting and public service, have been selected for prestigious scholarships by the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) Ozark Chapter. Their dedication to academic excellence and commitment to governmental accounting have earned them this well-deserved recognition.

AGAG Ozarks Chapter Doubles Donations for Southwest Missouri Humane Society

We're ecstatic to share that, thanks to your incredible generosity, we've been able to contibute $400 Humane Society of Southwest Missouri. This donation is set to be doubled by Nationals, resulting in a total of $800. A heartfelt thank you to all who contributed, making a significant and positive impact on the lives of these animals!

Successful 2024 Spring Professional Development Training Empowers Government Professionals

AGA Ozark's 2024 Spring Training at the efactory in Springfield saw government professionals engage in 8 hours of CPE, covering crucial topics like ethics, leadership, and AI. Notable speakers included Karen Shannon, Jeff Pabst, and Gwendolyn Sykes. Attendees, including Drury University students, embraced networking opportunities, with Leslie Forest and Allen Criger making strides in CGFM certification. The event's success highlights dedication to ongoing learning and excellence in public administration.

Ozarks AGA 2024 CGFM Proclamations

Ozarks AGA received 2 CGFM proclamations for CGFM Month! 

Dedicated Professional Achieves CGFM Certification Milestone

Amanda Livingston has passed the Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) certification. Congratulations Amanda!

Missouri State University's Graduate Team Triumphs in 2023 Government Finance Case Challenge

Missouri State University's Graduate Team excels in the 2023 Government Finance Case Challenge, producing a stellar Citizens-Centric Report (CCR) for Denver, Colorado. Guided by advisor Kyle Goodin, their outstanding performance underscores the university's commitment to excellence in government finance education.

AGA Ozarks Fall Seminar Delivers Insightful Perspectives on Grants

 The AGA Ozarks Chapter recently hosted a highly successful Fall Seminar, bringing together finance professionals for a deep dive into grant management. The event, held on November 15, 2023, at the Missouri Job Center (Workforce Development) in Springfield, provided attendees with valuable insights and raised funds for a charitable cause.

Discover the Insights: Explore the New Citizen Centric Report (CCR) for 2022-2023!

The New Citizen Centric Report (CCR) for 2022-2023 is now available!

Professor Kyle Goodin and Missouri State Graduate Students Excel in AGA Nationals Challenge!


A team of Missouri State graduate students have achieved a top-two national position in the 2023 Government Finance Case Challenge hosted by AGA Nationals.

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