Board of Directors
After starting her career in industry, Sara decided to change her focus to public accounting, where she is currently the supervisor of the accounting and auditing department at Albero, Kupferman & Associates, LLC. In this role, she supervises multiple attest and accounting engagements and supervises and trains numerous accountants on these engagements. She is a graduate of the University of Delaware where she obtained her Bachelor and Master Degrees in accounting. Sara is an avid dog lover, who loves to cook and enjoys a good glass of wine.
Director/Chair – Tax & Small Business at Belfint, Lyons & Shuman. Dave specializes in providing tax planning and compliance services for individuals, businesses, estates and trusts. Dave joined the firm in 1998 immediately after graduation and then again in 2007 after working as the finance controller for a private company for two years.
Judith Scarborough is Managing Partner at Master, Sidlow & Associates.
Linda graduated from Ohio State University with majors in Accounting and Finance and received a Masters in Taxation from Widener University. She has focused her more recent continuing education on retirement and college tax planning, ElderCare and small business tax concerns. Having over 25 years of experience, she has always worked in public accounting. Her experience has been in firms ranging in size from 300 professionals at Deloitte & Touche in Chicago to 4 CPAs at a local Wilmington firm. Regardless of the size of the firm, she has always had an interest in small and growing companies and helping individuals understand their own financial and tax options. Besides a strong academic foundation, she brings to her clients practical, personal experiences from her husband's family-owned manufacturing company. She and her husband have faced a range of situations from start-up, acquisitions and growing pains from which your company can benefit. Having a strong sense of community, she has always volunteered her services in various ways. She is currently advising the board Power Up Gambia. In the past, she has been a Girl Scout Leader, treasurer and president of the Archmere Mothers' Guild and a board member and treasurer of Kentmere Nursing Home, the Greenville Country Club, the Junior League of Wilmington and the Greenville-Hockessin Rotary Club.
As a Manager with Faw Casson, Keith’s primary focus areas are audits and attestation services for nonprofits, privately held corporations and employee benefit plans. Additionally, he enjoys crafting tax planning and business strategies for clients. Keith also helps lead Faw Casson’s talent management and development program. Prior to his career in public accounting Keith was a tax compliance officer (tax auditor) with the Internal Revenue Service.
Julie Morgan is involved in the Delaware Theatre Company (2006–2015, executive committee and board of directors), where she also makes financial contributions; Connections CSP (2015, board of directors); and Nativity Preparatory School (2009–2013, board of directors). She has been the recipient of the Delaware Society of CPAs’ Women to Watch—Experienced Leader Award, as well as the Delaware Theatre Company’s the Stephen Daniel Foulk Award for Volunteerism.
Jacqueline M. Doody (Jackie) is a manager at Gunnip & Company LLP, based in Wilmington, DE. She practices within the firm’s Entrepreneurial Services department, offering tax planning & preparation and financial statement preparation services to individuals and businesses. Jackie also has experience with performing financial statement audits on nonprofits and employee benefit plans. She graduated from the University of Delaware with both Bachelor and Master degrees in Accounting.
Currently the Business Manager at Schmittinger and Rodriguez, PA. He has been a CPA since 7/22/2010. His career has spanned from government work, banking to both retail and wholesale business. He has worked for Growmark INC, ConAgra, Franklin Financial and US Department of Agricultural. At Schmittinger and Rodriquez he has converted the pension plan to defined contribution plan, upgraded the phone and computer systems. He developed bankruptcy skills working with Agway during their bankruptcy and eventually being part of forming a new company Growmark FS. He lives with his wife, Jenny in Camden Delaware. They have four children and four grandchildren.
Dana has been CEO of the DSCPA since 1997. She was previously employed as an attorney working in New York City.