Welcome to the Tallahassee AGA Chapter!   

AGA is recruiting for the following AGA Officer positions: President-Elect, Treasurer-Elect and Secretary Elect

Also welcoming AGA members to volunteer for the following Committee Chairs:  Awards, Bylaws, Chapter Recognition, Community Service, Early Careers and Student, Education, Membership, Nominations, Records Management, and Website/Newsletter.

To find out more about these opportunities, check out the Chapter Leadership Handbook or email tallahasseeaga@gmail.com.  We welcome you and your expertise!


Education Scholarship Applications are being accepted for 2023!  Go to the Scholarship page to complete your application NOW!



AGA is the association that connects and empowers financial related professionals who support government, from financial management to IT, human resources, cybersecurity and more, to advance good government initiatives, grow their expertise and accelerate their careers.

We connect and empower professionals to help them:

 -Advance sound financial practices, accountability, transparency and excellence in government

 -Grow, learn, excel and engage through a network of likeminded professionals and leaders

 -Accelerate professional careers through learning opportunities and the opportunity to earn a unique credential - the  Certified Government Financial Manager, the only credential developed solely with the government financial professional   in mind.

Through thought leadership, certification, and national and chapter educational events, AGA remains at the forefront of emerging issues and innovation — driving excellence and transparency in government accountability.

Whether you're leading the way or looking to advance your career, as an AGA member you can expand your expertise and help shape and drive the future of government accountability.

Learn more about the AGA and find additional resources by visiting the National AGA website at www.agacgfm.org

The Tallahassee Chapter offers opportunities to network and earn continuing profession education (CPE) credits that include:

  • Reduced rate monthly luncheons
  • Free webinars
  • Certified Government Financial Manager training
  • Annual 2-day Local Government Training Event
  • Reduced Rate Annual AGA National Professional Development Training Event

We also provide the opportunity to engage with the many available committees such as early careers to mentor college students and community service. Check out the Committees and Chairs link for more information.

My focus, as president this year will be Change Management. I would like to promote involvement, streamline communication, and encourage creativity and innovation. We will work to do the following:

Promote involvement by reducing the cultural tension and focus more on innovation. Create a communication plan by providing clear, consistent messaging, and access to information and supporting resources. I look forward to a successful year and working with everyone! Let’s REFOCUS and continue to suggest ideas for positive change.

If you are not already a member, please consider joining and becoming engaged. Membership will afford you the opportunity to network with others, mentor those new to the field, and expand the footprint for our professionals who support government. Or, if you are already an AGA member, I encourage you to remain engaged.

Tracie Hodge, CFE, MAOM

AGA Tallahassee Chapter President

Join or Renew Now*

*Remember to select "Tallahassee" as your local chapter.

Upcoming Events

June Luncheon

Date:  June 21, 2023
Capital City Country Club 1601 Golf Terrace Drive Tallahassee, FL 32301


"GASB 96 SBITA Implementation"


Taylor Harmon, Thomas Howell Ferguson

11:30 pm-1:00 pm 

Registration Link To Come


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