The Division of Firms
The mission the Division of Firms (DOF) is to address the professional needs of its member firms and to foster the economic development of these firms in the business community locally, nationally, and globally.
The objective of the DOF is to elevate and maintain among its members a high standard of proficiency and integrity through the enforcement of the AICPA's code of ethics and professional development; to promote the economic growth of minority firms by providing a forum for advocacy, teamwork, honest exchange of information; and to cultivate a spirit of professional cooperation among its members.
The DOF was established in 1986 as a part of the national organizational structure of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. The DOF, while principally operating as a self-sufficient body, reports to NABA's Board of Directors.
To learn more about DOF programs, events, and membership please visit www.nabadof.org.
The benefits of being a member of the Division of Firms include the following:
Affiliation with a conglomerate of minority-owned and operated accounting and consulting services firms;
Listing in the DOF Directory, which is the most visible and comprehensive directory available to organizations and individuals interested in contacting African-American firms;
Numerous educational and professional development opportunities to equip your company and staff with the tools necessary to stay competitive in today's aggressive business environment; and
An annual convention in which DOF members from across the nation convene to renew relationships, network, and attend training session designed to help you build your firm.
To Find a DOF Member Firm in Your Area, Visit: www.nabadof.org