Rusty Mosca of Nathan Wechsler & Co, P.A. Joins CCA Board
01/05/2015 10:13 AM
Managing Director of Nathan Wechsler & Co, P.A., Oreste (Rusty) Mosca, CPA was recently appointed to the Capitol Center for the Arts’ board of trustees. The Capitol Center for the Arts is the largest nonprofit performing arts center in New Hampshire, and in addition to its array of diverse performances, also offers educational and community-focused programs.
“The Capitol Center for the Arts is a thriving resource not only from a cultural perspective, but also in terms of helping students, teachers, and families in the Concord area,” Mosca said.
“I have enjoyed attending shows for a long time now, and am looking forward to helping this wonderful organization support schools, community groups and the arts for years to come.”
In this new volunteer role, Mosca’s responsibilities include creating and updating policies and procedures, providing strategic direction, and advising on fiscal matters. He joins fellow board members in serving as stewards who support the mission, vision and the many programs offered through the Center: David Fries; Richard Uchida; Michael Wilson; Bruce Burns; Kathleen Reardon; Michelle Arruda; Pansy Bloomfield; Cindy Flanagan; Joseph M. Gleason, Jr.; Francis J. Haines, Jr.; Edward Kaplan; Lynn Kilchenstein; William L. Kissick, Jr.; Todd Leach; Tim S. Lesko; Susan Martore-Baker; Matt Mowry; Eric Palson; Adam Pignatelli; Ronald Reed; Linda Robinson; Roy Swonger; Lisa Snow Wade; Michael S. Wrenn; Mark Zankel; Robert O. Wilson; Martin Gross; John Swope.
Mosca’s education and work experience make him an excellent fit for the nonprofit board; he earned a bachelor of science in business administration with a concentration in accounting from the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics (formerly the UNH’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics) in 1985. He spent three years at global business consulting firm Deloitte and Touche before joining Nathan Wechsler & Company, P.A. in 1987. He was admitted as a principal in 1994.
With a focus on nonprofit organizations in his accounting practice, Mosca is no stranger to the integral role community groups have in New Hampshire and beyond. He is a featured speaker at accounting and audit related seminars, including at the NH Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism, Bank of America Nonprofit Seminar Series, the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Independent School Association of Northern New England.
An active member of his community who resides in Concord, Mosca also serves as director and treasurer of the New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. He is a member of the Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire Legislative Committee and serves as a board member of New Hampshire Humanities Council. Mosca is a 2012 Leadership New Hampshire graduate and a member of the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He received the Jefferson Award for Active Volunteerism and also helped establish federal funding for Granite State Youth Mentors, an initiative for mentoring programs.
About Nathan Wechsler & Company, P.A.
Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA, is a full service accounting and tax firm with over 30 professionals. With locations in Concord and Lebanon, NH, Nathan Wechsler & Co. serves clients who do business in nearly all 50 states as well as overseas. For more information on Nathan Wechsler & Company, PA, call 603-224-5357 (Concord), 603-448-2650 (Lebanon) or visit nathanwechsler.com.
About the Capitol Center for the Arts
Created and sustained by the people of New Hampshire, the Capitol Center for the Arts shall inspire, educate and entertain audiences by providing both the finest venue for the performing arts and a wide range of professionally excellent and artistically significant presentations. It shall also serve as a resource and gathering place for the community at large.