Rick Reisig presently serves on the Financial Accounting Foundation's Private Company Council, and most recently completed an extended term on the AICPA's Auditing Standards Board. He serves as an AICPA continuing professional education instructor on accounting and auditing topics. He has over 38 years of public accounting experience and serves his firm, Anderson ZurMuehlen, as an attest shareholder, working out of the Great Falls, Montana office, and is the firm's CEO, his term beginning October 1, 2020. Reisig also serves as a Director-at-Large for the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and was a former Mountain Region regional director. He is chair of NASBA's Standards Setting and Professional Trends Advisory Committee, and is past chair/member of the CBT Administration Committee and past member of NASBA's Relations with Member Boards Committee, Compliance Assurance Committee and CPA Licensing and Examinations Committee. Reisig was a member of the Montana Board of Public Accountants for over 9 years and served two terms as Board Chair. He has a bachelor's degree in Business, Accounting Option, from Montana State University, and has served on MSU's College of Business Advisory Council, its Accounting Advisory Council, and the board of directors for the MSU Alumni Association and MSU Foundation.