EisnerAmper’s Wasser elected treasurer of New Jersey Chamber of Commerce board

Diane Wasser. (File photos)

Diane Wasser, Iselin-based EisnerAmper’s partner-in-charge of New Jersey and managing partner of regions, was elected treasurer of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce board of directors at its June 5 annual meeting.

Wasser succeeds Walter Brasch, chief success officer at Prager Metis CPAs, as treasurer. Brasch will remain on the board’s Executive Committee.

Wasser, an Audit Committee member, has been a board member for four years.

“It is an honor to be elected board treasurer,” Wasser said. “I look forward to working with chamber staff and the other board officers in advancing the organization’s work of ensuring that New Jersey remains a desirable state to operate a business providing good-paying jobs to employees.”

With more than 30 years of experience in public accounting, Wasser established EisnerAmper’s Pension Services Group — and has been instrumental in building the practice, which now serves over 450 clients annually.

“We are fortunate to have Diane, who is so well-respected within the accounting industry — and New Jersey’s business community — as our board treasurer,” Thomas Bracken, CEO and president of the chamber, said. “Her experience and expertise will significantly enhance the chamber’s esteemed reputation in New Jersey as we seek to innovate and better serve our members.”

Wasser is a regular on the ROI Influencers: Women in Business list and the ROI Influencers: Power List in accounting.