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New president for the AAT

The Association of Accounting Technicians is to appoint a former District Audit manager as the professional body's new president.

Andrea White, an audit manager with DA in Northampton will be appointed on Friday at the AAT’s annual general meeting.

She said: ‘My theme for the year is, ‘AAT – unlocking your potential’, and my key forcus will be to demonstrate to present and future members, students and employers that AAT qualifications and membership deliver real business values.’

White was elected as chairman of the AAT’s Essex District Society in 1991 and was elected to the AAT council the following year. She was appointed chairman of the AAT’s Educatin and Training Committee in May 1996 and held the position of AAT vice president last year. She is a member of the board of the Accountancy National Training Organisation.

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