March 13-14, 2020
Pittsburgh, PA
Theme: Honor the Past and Embrace the Future

Come join us at the 2020 Atlantic Coast Regional Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA! Enjoy some of the Steel City's most famous attractions: Phipps Conservatory, the Andy Warhol Museum, PNC Park, Heinz Field, the scenic Strip District, and much much more!

The Best Practices competition sponsored by Deloitte is an excellent way to display and develop your professional skills. The deadline to submit these abstracts is Friday, January 24, 2020 by 4 PM CST

For chapters who wish to present in Chapter Operations: Chapter Operations Abstract Form. The due date is Friday, January 31, 2020.

Chapter Operations Topics:

  • Professional etiquette
  • How to manage board turnover (succession planning)
  • Essential skills (what works and what doesn't)
  • How to keep alumni and members active (social media) / innovative recruiting

We look forward to seeing you there!




Friday, March 13 – Saturday, March 14, 2020

Registration Fees

 $110  Early Bird Registration Rate until February 13, 2020
 $125  Regular Registration Rate from February 14 - 27, 2020 
 $175   Late Registration Rate after February 27, 2020 / Onsite Registration Rate 


Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made prior to Thursday, February 27, 2020, will be refunded. Cancellations received after this date and no-shows will not be refunded. If you encounter an emergency, please contact Beth Fulk and the request will be forwarded to the Executive Director for refund approval. 

Friday, March 13

 11:00am - 5:00pm Registration Desk Open
 1:00pm - 1:30pm Opening Session
 1:30pm - 2:15pm Plenary Session
 2:15pm - 2:30pm  Refreshment Break
 2:30pm - 3:30pm Leadership Activity
 2:30pm - 3:30pm Faculty Advisor Round Table
 3:40pm - 4:40pm Professional Sessions/Alumni Sessions
 4:45pm - 5:45pm Professional Sessions/Alumni Sessions
 6:00pm Friday night on your own


Saturday, March 14

 7:30am - 8:30am Attendee Breakfast
 7:30am - 8:30am Breakfast for Chapter Presidents, Faculty Advisors, Chapter Advocate, BAP Board, Professional Partners
 7:30am - 2:00pm Registration Desk Open
 8:30am - 10:30am Best Practices Presentations
 10:30am - 11:00am Refreshment Break
 11:00am - 12:00pm Chapter Operations Presentations
 12:00pm - 1:30pm Attendee Lunch and Closing Session
 1:30pm Conference Adjourns
 1:30pm - 1:45pm Professional Partners to Provide Feedback to Best Practice Winners

Meeting Hotel and Accomodations:

Marriott Pittsburgh City Center
112 Washington Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219


Single/Double/Triple/Quad- $169 + 14% tax

Reservations Phone: 412.471.4000*

To make reservations online, please click here

Hotel Cutoff Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020

*To receive the group rate, please indicate that you are part of the 2020 Beta Alpha Psi Atlantic Coast Regional Conference. 

Marriott Pittsburgh City Center Website


Self-parking is $22 per day per vehicle / Valet parking is $26.00/day.


For estimated taxi/shuttle costs, please click here.

For driving instructions, please click here

Firm/Organization Professional Partner
 Becker Professional Education  Michael Brown, Professional Partners Chair-elect
 Gleim Exam Prep  Valerie Wendt, Co-liaison
 Maryland Association of CPAs (MACPA)  Rebekah Brown, Co-liaison
 Association of Government Accoutants (AGA)  Cherry Ung
 Center for Audit Quality (CAQ)  Lauren Tuite and Margot Cella
 CFA Institute  Merridith Kauten
 Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)  Jodi Ryan
 Protiviti  Katelyn Sypher
 Wiley CPAexcel  Phil Anthony

Jeffery Sallet

Jeffrey S. Sallet was named Associate Executive Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Finance & Facilities Division on June 21, 2019 by Director Christopher Wray. Prior to this assignment, Mr. Sallet was the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Chicago and New Orleans Field Offices.

Prior to his role as SAC, he was the Section Chief (SC) of the Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section of the Criminal Investigative Division within the FBI. In this capacity, he had oversight and responsibility over all Public Corruption, Civil Rights, International Human Rights, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Antitrust, International Money Laundering and Threat Finance investigations FBI wide. Mr. Sallet spearheaded several new FCPA initiatives to include: overseas deployments of Agents and Analysts using a newly developed corruption matrix, forging new strategic private sector relationships, advancing internal FBI FCPA training geared toward a proactive shift utilizing sophisticated techniques and implementing a unique corruption global intelligence collection platform.

Prior to his role as SC, he was the Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) of the Boston Division of the FBI, the number two position in the region. The Boston Division of the FBI’s territory includes the states of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine and New Hampshire. ASAC Sallet's operational responsibility included White Collar Crime, Public Corruption. Healthcare Fraud, and Civil Rights matters.
Mr. Sallet also managed the Boston Division's Counterterrorism and Crisis Management programs. Mr. Sallet led the coordinated law enforcement response and investigation of the Boston Marathon Bombings, which resulted in the identification and capture of the suspects in approximately 104 hours. Mr. Sallet was prominently featured in the National Geographic Channel's, "Inside the Hunt for the Boston Bombers", a two-hour special detailing the initial investigation and response.

Prior to his promotion in May of 2012, Mr. Sallet served five years as the Supervisory Senior Resident Agent (SSRA) of the Providence, Rhode Island Office of the FBI. In this position he was responsible for all Counter Terrorism, Public Corruption, Civil Rights, Government Fraud and Organized Crime investigations for the State of Rhode Island. Mr. Sallet was also the Program Coordinator for all organized crime investigations for the FBI's Boston Division. During his tenure as the SSRA of FBI Providence, Mr. Sallet led an investigative effort which resulted in the indictment and conviction of long time New England La Cosa Nostra (NELCN) Boss Luigi "Baby Shanks" Manocchio on racketeering charges. The investigation also resulted in the near dismantlement of the Rhode Island faction of the NELCN.

Prior to his assignment at FBI Providence Mr. Sallet served approximately two years as a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) in the La Cosa Nostra Unit at FBI Headquarters and for approximately eight years in the New York Division of the FBI. While in the New-York Office Mr. Sallet investigated Organized Crime, Public Corruption, Labor Racketeering and Counterterrorism.
He was the Case Agent on the investigation of "the Last Don", Bonanno LCN Family Boss Joseph Massino. Mr. Sallet employed an innovative investigative approach which incorporated the application of forensic accounting techniques with traditional organized crime investigative methods to probe Massino and the hierarchy of the Bonanno LCN Family. This investigation led to the conviction and eventual cooperation of Massino, who became the first ever official New York LCN Boss to cooperate with the Government. The investigation also led to the indictment and conviction of over 100 members and associates of organized crime, as well as solving in excess of 30 cold case murders. Among other murders, Massino was convicted for the 1981 slaying of Bonanno LCN Family Captain Dominick "Sonny Black" Napolitano. Napolitano was killed due to his role in introducing FBI Special Agent Joseph Pistone into the Bonanno LCN Family; Pistone used the undercover name "Donnie Brasco". Pistone's heroic effort was the subject of a book and feature film. Also, as a result of this investigation, the leader of the Montreal Mafia Vito Rizzuto was convicted of RICO Conspiracy. The RICO Conspiracy Rizzuto was convicted of included the 1981 triple homicide of three Bonanno LCN Family Captains in Brooklyn, New York. The Massino investigation has been chronicled in several books, news publications and has been the subject of three television documentaries. The latest documentaries, one for the Biography Channel and the other for the National Geographic Channel series prominently featured Mr. Sallet. Mr. Sallet received the Attorney General's Director's Award in 2005 for his work on the Massino investigation.

Mr. Sallet was also FBI New York's co-lead financial investigator for the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In this role Mr. Sallet was responsible for financially tracking Al-Qaeda assets, identifying funding for the terrorist attacks and vetting hundreds of financial leads which were being investigated by the FBI's New York Division.

Mr. Sallet has been frequently interviewed by television and newspapers for his expertise in organized crime and other investigative matters. He has lectured throughout the world on organized crime, FCPA, civil rights, public corruption and forensic accounting matters.

Prior to entering on duty with the FBI Mr. Sallet worked for two different world wide professional services firms, first as an auditor and then as a forensic accountant. Mr. Sallet is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Financial Forensics (CFF).

It is believed that cranes symbolize happiness, eternal youth and good fortune. This year, we are inviting every BAP student to fold an origami paper crane, and include a message of encouragement. Paper cranes from every region will be collected and distributed to younger students during the BAP International Day of Literacy at the 2020 Annual Meeting.

Top Golf (approximately 20 minute drive from hotel)

Lumberjaxes (approximately 10 minute drive from hotel)

Urban Air Adventure Park (approximately 30 minute drive from hotel) 

Dave & Busters (approximately 20 minute drive from hotel)

Market Square downtown - tons of casual restaurants and places to hang out 

Escape Rooms

  • Option 1: approximately 10 minute drive from hotel
  • Option 2: approximately 8 minute drive from hotel
  • Option 3: approximately 15 minute drive from hotel

Take a stroll down the Historic Strip District, featuring points of interest such as the Heinz Regional History Center and the Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auctioning Building.

Explore the vibrant heart of Pittsburgh through the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, offering Victorian-style architecture with an array of exotic plants for your entertainment and education. 

Visit The Andy Warhol Museum, where you can see some of the legend's original works and some of the art he inspired.

For more area attractions, please click here.

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