Alexander Korzhen has been elected Vice-Chair of the National Association of State Bar Tax Sections (NASBTS) at the 42nd Annual meeting in Nashville, TN., on October 21-22, 2021. NASBTS is an independent association providing a forum for communication and education among the Tax Law Sections of State and Local Bar Associations.
In his role as Vice-Chair, Alex will help bring together leadership from every state tax section of the Bar Association to discuss ongoing Bar Section issues and share ideas. Alex has been involved in NASBTS since 2017 and has held positions as Program Chair and Secretary before assuming the Vice-Chair this year.
Membership in NASBTS is open to Tax Sections of State or Local Bar Associations. The Association sponsors an annual conference in October featuring recognized leaders in state and local tax fields. Attendees participate in round table discussions with their peers from other states on practical subjects related to the operation of Tax Law Sections.
For additional information, reach out to Alex at email@example.com or another member of the Association.
About Alexander Korzhen
Alexander Korzhen is a State & Local Tax Senior Manager at TaxOps in Minneapolis, MN. He’s been solving tax puzzles for 20 years in a career that kicked off at Deloitte, followed by work in state and local tax (SALT) at PwC and Grant Thornton in New York. He holds a J.D. and tax certificate from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut.
Alex is actively involved in the MN State Bar Association, where he is a Past-Chair of the Tax Section. He is a frequent speaker and author on state and local tax issues and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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