Wednesday, February 13, 2013
SC State alumnus and principal certified public accountant (CPA), Daniel Black, will be returning to his alma mater to join SC State University’s Spring 2013 Executive Speakers Series (ESS). He will speak on the topic: "Accounting in Business Today: A Pathway to Excellence", on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013 at noon in Belcher Hall’s fourth floor auditorium.
Given his experience as the Former National Chief of the IRS Appeals Division and former deputy chief financial officer for the District of Columbia Government in Washington, D.C., Black is an expert mediator on tax issues. He also served as a member of the IRS Resources/Policy Board, which made executive selections and established the Service’s operating policy.
Black is an enrolled agent which is the highest credential awarded by IRS for an agent to represent taxpayers before the IRS. He is a certified public accountant (CPA) and also a certified in financial (cff) forensics by the American Institute of CPAs).
Black is also the recipient of many awards and holds memberships in many professional organizations such as: receiving the Smart CPA Award and the IRS Commissioner’s Award, and being a member of boththe Washington Society of CPAs and Greater Washington CPAs among many others.
He holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina (USC) with a concentration in finance and accounting and received the bachelor of science degree in Accounting/Economics from South Carolina State University, from which he graduated Summa Cum Laude.