In honor of Women's History Month, AFWA National President, Lori Kelley, CPA features some prominent women throughout the history of accounting
Reach high; work hard; and serve others; all under the umbrella of integrity. Even in these simplest of terms, this is powerful advice that all professionals hoping to succeed in business (and life) can follow.
Let’s face it; very few people really like/love networking. You’re probably one of them. Taking the time out of your busy schedule to go to an event with a bunch of people you barely know just so you can feel socially awkward isn’t fun.
This year’s recipients demonstrate a drive to take on challenges and strive for success. They are leaders in their companies and communities. They’ve earned the trust and respect of their clients and peers. And they show enthusiasm toward their career and the accounting and finance industry as a whole.
There were many times while studying that I was frustrated and burnt out. I could have easily given up. In the end I am so glad I didn’t. Obtaining my CPA license has been one of my best achievements!
We all know somebody who has been touched by breast cancer. Many of our AFWA sisters have fought the fight. And many more of us have family members and close friends who have been diagnosed with this disease. So, what can you do when someone you love hears the words “you have breast cancer”?
Anat Borodyansky, CPA shares how she manages her thriving career in tax with her young family
With two young daughters, Ashleigh Sutter is just beginning to navigate work and motherhood. Here she gives some practical advice for working moms.