- Members can get involved in one of our many councils, committees and other groups
- It’s a chance to represent the members and enjoy the rewards of contributing to the future of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- From regional councils, advisory committees, local leadership teams to overseas committees, become involved no matter where you are based.
Lend your voice. Make a difference. Create change.
Members of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand are a diverse group of people with talents spanning a wide range of skills and industries.
Put your talents to work and help shape the future of our profession by becoming involved in your regional council, advisory committee or local leadership team where you feel you can make a difference.
Your contribution isn’t just an opportunity to have a say and create change, it can also be extremely personally rewarding to play an active role in Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand’s present – and future.
The Council represents members interests facilitated through input from regional councils, sector advisory committees, local leadership teams and overseas membership committees.
Your support of these different regional councils and committees is essential to ensure the Council has awareness of issues facing and affecting the membership to provide input to the Board.
Here are just some of the opportunities, where your input will be welcomed:
Living and working inside and outside a major city doesn’t prevent members from having their say, and in an organisation as large as ours, regional councils play a key role.
Regional and Rural Advisory Committees
The Committee is comprised of up to ten members, who collectively represent the skillsets of regional members, and who understand the needs of accountants living and working in rural and regional areas