Lecturer in Accounting
In addition to teaching, Pamela Q. Weaver is a CPA in public practice, with a focus on tax and consulting work for non-public companies and high net worth individuals. She also works with family businesses as they transfer the business from one generation to the next.
Prior to becoming a Lecturer in Accounting in the Fall of 2010, Pamela Q. Weaver was on the adjunct faculty of the University of Hartford and several other colleges and universities. In addition, she developed and presented professional seminars on various business topics and is a frequent contributor to Connecticut CPA.
DBA (Optimizing Business Performance and Leadership) University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies
Family business succession
Selected Scholarship Books and Articles
Weaver, P. Q. (2010, January/February). Developing the next generation of leaders of CPA firms. Connecticut CPA, 51(1), 26-29. (Reprinted by the Utah Society of CPAs)
Weaver, P. Q. (2010, January/February). Think green – Making personal energy tax credits work for your clients. Connecticut CPA, 51(1), 18-20.
Weaver, P. Q. (2009, November/December). Ten action steps for adding value to your firm. Connecticut CPA, 50(6), 10-13.
Weaver, P. Q. (2009, November/December). Don’t stick your head in the sand --- Make a succession plan! Connecticut CPA, 50(6), 14-16. (Reprinted by the New Hampshire Society of CPAs)
Weaver, P. Q. (2009, September/October). Reverse mortgages – are they for your clients? Connecticut CPA, 50(5), 16-19.
Weaver, P. Q. (2007, January/February). Succession in family businesses – could a lack of leadership skills be contributing to the high failure rate in the succeeding generation? Connecticut CPA, 48(1), 21-23. (Reprinted by the Oklahoma Society of CPAs).
Connecticut Society of CPAs - Member of the CSCPA Advisory Council Chairperson, Federal Income Tax Committee Member of the Accounting Educators Committee
Town of Burlington, CT – Economic Development Commission Plan of Conservation and Development Advisory Committee.
Tax matters for individuals and non-public companies Business succession including family businesses Research and development credit studies Optimizing business performance.