Springfield Symphony Orchestra welcomes new board member
SPRINGFIELD – Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C. (MBK) announced the appointment of Christopher Marini to the Board of Trustees and Audience Development and Education Committee for the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.
“As a practicing accountant and professional music teacher, I am able to bring a unique skill set to the business role I will play on the Board of Trustees,” Marini said. “I am looking forward to applying my knowledge and abilities in these two diverse fields toward a common goal. During my years teaching, I have come to realize the profound effects that playing an instrument can have on people. I’m excited to be placed in a role that gives me the ability to reach out to the community and spread the gift of music.”
Marini has been an audit associate with the firm for just over one year, specializing in nonprofit and HUD; reviews and compilations; and income tax returns for individuals, nonprofits, corporations and partnerships. Before coming to MBK, Christopher worked for two years at a local public accounting firm.
Marini earned a bachelors degree in business administration from the University of Massachusetts Isenberg School and of Management and Commonwealth Honors College. He is currently pursuing his master’s of science in administration at the University of Connecticut.
Marini can be reached at 322-3532 or email@example.com