Susan M. Brosseau, Chief Financial Officer at Ädelbrook Behavioral and Developmental Services, has been selected by The Connecticut Society of Public Accountants (CTCPA) to receive their 2021 Distinguished Service Award.
Founded in 1908, CTCPA is a professional association that promotes and supports over 6,000 certified public accountants through advocacy, community and education.
The 2nd Annual Women Awards Ceremony, to be held January 20th, celebrates exceptional female CPAs and recognizes their many contributions to the industry. Given in two categories, Distinguished Service and Women to Watch, awardees represent exemplary CPAs in business, public accounting, government and the non-profit sector.
Susan Brosseau, CPA, has been akeymember of Ädelbrook’s senior leadership team for over five years. “Susan’s leadership has helped propel Ädelbrook’s growth as a premier nonprofit agency serving individuals with Autism. She has a unique ability to bring the financial aspects of management to life for our many human service managers. Her passion for financial management, coupled with advocacy and leadership skills, has expanded access to services for those in need.”
Previously, she was a supervisor at the accounting firm of Guilmartin, Dipiro and Sokolowski, a senior accountant at the Universal Health Care Foundation of CT and a senior manager in the accounting division of the professional services company PricewaterhouseCoopers.
A 1985 graduate of the University of Connecticut, with a degree in accounting, Susan also received Encore Fellowships from the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain and Encore!Hartford.
She is currently an executive committee member, and treasurer, of the board of directors for the Girl Scouts of Connecticut.