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Hagen begins VBOA term

Governor Glenn Youngkin appointed Anne B. Hagen, CPA, MBA, CGMA, of Moseley, Virginia, to the Virginia Board of Accountancy effective July 1, 2024.

A lifelong Virginian, Hagen brings over four decades of experience serving in a variety of leadership positions. A foundation in internal and external audit provided exposure and opportunities to learn diverse aspects of businesses. Her career of progressive leadership and networking culminated as chief financial officer and chief executive officer of a statewide continuing care retirement community, the Masonic Home of Virginia, and chairing the Virginia Society of CPAs’ board of directors.

She has shared her time and talents with the community as a speaker as well as serving on many committees and boards throughout her career, which today includes the VT Accounting and Information Systems Advisory Board.

This appointment is just further evidence of her passion for promoting and preserving this respected and valued profession for those seeking a professionally and personally rewarding career. She is passionate about the CPA profession, writing articles and speaking to groups and individuals to encourage this rich career path.

Recently retired, Hagen enjoys spending more leisure time reading, cooking, biking, and enjoying her family and friends especially on Lake Gaston. She has four sons, two of whom are CPAs, and four grandchildren.

Hagen is a graduate of Virginia Tech. She recently completed her master’s degree in business administration from Longwood University. She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and Virginia Society of CPAs.

Hagen replaces Laurie Warwick on the board and her first term will expire June 30, 2028. Her first meeting will be Aug. 29.


Governor Youngkin also reappointed Wendy P. Lewis and Dale G. Mullen to the board effective July 1, 2023.

Lewis is an office managing partner in KPMG’s Audit Practice. She was just re-elected for a second year as chair of the VBOA. Her second and final term will expire June 30, 2028.

As a partner at the law firm Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLP, Mullen co-chairs the Business and Corporate Law section. He is the board’s public member and his second and final term will expire June 30, 2028.