The MSCPA Keyperson Program connects MSCPA members with state legislators in order to promote understanding, provide information, and help enact effective legislation in the state of Missouri.
The Keyperson program is bipartisan and works at protecting the profession as a whole.
As an MSCPA Keyperson, your role would include:
- Maintaining occasional contact with your legislator. MSCPA would alert you to legislative issues that affect the profession. You will be asked to email or call your assigned legislator and talk to him/her about the profession's position on various bills.
- Serving as a resource. MSCPA would inform your assigned legislator that you are his/her Keyperson. The legislators will count on you to help them understand issues related to accounting and call you if they have questions or concerns from their constituents.
To become an MSCPA Keyperson, click here and complete the online form.
If you aren’t sure who your legislator is, simply click here to look up your legislator.
If you are interested in becoming a Keyperson but you want to know more about the MSCPA Keyperson program, please contact Dena Hull at (800) 264-7966 or firstname.lastname@example.org.