WilkinGuttenplan Principal June Toth named NJCPA president for 2024-25 term

Wilkin & Guttenplan P.C. on Monday said Principal June Toth has been named by the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants as president for the 2024-25 term.

Toth has been active at the NJCPA since joining in 1995. She has held positions as vice chair and chair of business valuation/forensics accounting, NJCPA PAC chair and secretary, and member of the Accounting & Auditing Interest Group, Volunteer Relations and Strategic Planning committees.

Toth was also a trustee and past treasurer of the NJCPA board, an officer of the NJCPA board and a member of the Investment Committee and Education Foundation board of trustees.

With a career spanning more than 30 years, Toth has built a reputation as a trusted adviser in diverse industries, including not-for-profits, professional services, franchises and wholesalers.

Before joining WilkinGuttenplan in 2023, Toth held the position of managing member at zbt Certified Public Accounting & Consulting LLC in Edison. In addition to her professional endeavors, she has contributed her expertise to numerous not-for-profit entities, including municipal bodies and charitable organizations. She has played integral roles within the accounting community, serving as a group and vice group leader of Business Valuation, Forensic & Litigation Services interest groups, and actively participating in Accounting and Auditing and Not-for-Profit interest groups.

“June has been a transformative force at WG despite only joining us a year ago. Now, we eagerly anticipate June’s next endeavor as she steps into the role of NJCPA president. With her extensive experience and natural leadership abilities, there’s no doubt she’ll excel in this position. While June has already made significant contributions to our industry over the years, her presidency will provide a platform for her to have an even greater impact on the accounting profession,” Dan Fiorentino, managing shareholder, said.

“June is an extraordinarily talented and highly skilled CPA with a deep understanding of the profession and our challenges. The NJCPA is lucky to have her at the helm,” Ed Guttenplan, managing shareholder emeritus and former NJCPA president, said.