February 6, 2018


Robert Kerr Returns to NAEA as New Executive Vice President

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 6, 2018 — The Board of Directors of the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Kerr as NAEA’s Executive Vice President. Kerr returns to NAEA where he previously served for more than 12 years as Senior Director, Government Relations. He succeeds former EVP Cedric Calhoun CAE, FASAE.
Robert Kerr, NAEA Executive Vice President“Bob brings with him an impressive tax-focused résumé,” said NAEA President James Adelman, EA. “He also recently applied to become an enrolled agent himself, which means that he sat for and passed all three parts of the strenuous exams that demonstrate a wide range of practical tax knowledge. We look forward to having a fellow enrolled agent at the helm.” 

Before leading government relations activities at NAEA, Kerr spent a decade at the Internal Revenue Service where, among other things, he led a variety of electronic filing initiatives. Kerr provided IRS oversight on the United States Senate Finance Committee as well, and has experience leading government affairs activities in the private sector. 
An Ohio native, Kerr received a bachelor’s degree in business administration before earning his MBA from Case Western Reserve University.

About the National Association of Enrolled Agents
The National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA) has been powering enrolled agents, America's tax experts®, for more than 45 years. NAEA is a non-profit membership organization composed of tax specialists licensed by the U.S. Treasury Department. NAEA provides the networking, educational opportunities, programs and services that enable enrolled agents and other tax professionals to excel beyond their peers. Enrolled agents are the only federally-licensed tax practitioners who both specialize in taxation and have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service. To find out more, visit www.naea.org and follow NAEA on Facebook and Twitter.

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