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NSA Announces Joshua Caulfield as Chief Executive Officer


Alexandria, VA, January 18, 2022 —The National Society of Accountants (NSA) announced today that Joshua Caulfield, IOM, will be joining NSA as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on January 24.  Caulfield is currently completing his Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) in Nonprofit Management and Leadership and providing strategic consulting to a technology firm. He is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber’s Institute of Organizational Management, a Graduate of the Landmark Forum, and former adjunct faculty at Northern Virginia Community College.  

“The board and search committee were impressed with [Caulfield’s] range of knowledge, strong financial awareness, and technology expertise,” said Marchelle Foshee, NSA’s President and Board Chair. “We are excited about the opportunity for our engaged professional community and headquarters team to bring NSA to the next level of excellence.”  

“Now, more than ever, professionals need to know that their society is available to bring them together and achieve greater goals that advance the profession and society,” offered Caulfield. “I am excited to work with this team of professionals and volunteers to grow the value and engagement of NSA into the next decade.”  

Previously, Caulfield has served as the CEO/Executive Director at the International Society for Infectious Diseases, the American Medical Student Association, and others. His teams have focused on membership growth and engagement in various industries with remarkable results. As a member-focused professional society with nearly 5,000 members, NSA sees Caulfield as an excellent fit for bringing best practices to the organization. 


 Download NSA's press release here.


NSA represents members who provide accounting, auditing, tax preparation, financial and estate planning, and management services to thousands of individuals and business clients across the nation. Most members are sole practitioners or partners in small- to medium- size accounting firms. For more information, visit
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