Joan D’Uva Elected President Of Princeton, New Jersey Chapter Of American Society Of Appraisers

Tuesday, July 3, 2012 - 10:08

Joan D’Uva, a partner in the Litigation Services Group of accounting, tax and advisory firm EisnerAmper LLP, was elected president of the Princeton, New Jersey chapter of the American Society of Appraisers in June 2012. She is the first woman elected president by the Princeton ASA chapter.

David Anderson and Bret Boivin take on new responsibilities as treasurer and vice president of the Princeton chapter. They both have long-standing histories of service to the ASA. Mr. Anderson served as president and Mr. Boivin as the chapter web master, before taking on their current roles.

Ms. D’Uva is well-known for her years of service to the Princeton chapter of ASA as well as for her contributions to the advancement of ethical practices and the highest professional appraisal standards. David Politziner, partner-in-charge of Litigation Services at EisnerAmper, said that “Joan represents the very best in all aspects of business valuation. She has earned the trust of her many clients and the respect of her peers and colleagues at EisnerAmper. We congratulate her, as well as David and Bret, for their on-going service on behalf of the public that places its trust in the work that they do.”

The American Society of Appraisers is a multi-discipline not-for-profit international organization of professional appraisers whose mission is to foster professional excellence in its membership through education, accreditation, publication and other services with an emphasis on professional ethics to protect the public.