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Contact AFWA

The National Headquarters for the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance is located in Lexington, Kentucky.

AFWA National Headquarters
2365 Harrodsburg Rd, Ste A325
Lexington, KY 40504

p: 800.326.2163 -OR- 859.219.3532
f: 859.219.3532
e: afwa@afwa.org

Headquarters Staff

Ericka Harney, CAE, CFRE, GPC, CVA
Ericka Harney, CAE, CFRE, GPC, CVAExecutive Director
Bio
  • Corporate Partners and Conference Sponsorship Opportunities
  • The Foundation of AFWA
  • Scholarship applications (foundation@afwa.org)
  • Chapter 990 filings and Chapter Bylaw Update Submissions
  • National and Foundation Board Leadership Support
Debi Williams
Debi WilliamsManager of Marketing & Brand Management
Bio
  • Website changes/Link-updates
  • Newsletters/Blog/Social Media
  • General public relations/media requests
  • Event publicity and communication
  • Chapter marketing support
  • Starting Professional and Student Chapters
Yolanda Kennison
Yolanda KennisonProject Coordinator
  • CPE Requests and processing
  • Order Chapter President’s Pins
Lisa Stephenson
Lisa StephensonDirector of Events
Bio
  • National Conference logistics
  • National Conference hotel support
Alexis Brooks
Alexis BrooksMember Services
  • Member applications and renewals
  • Membership and conference registration and payment processing
  • Update Chapter Leadership
  • Corporate Memberships
Rachel Gates
Rachel GatesMember Services
  • Member applications and renewals
  • Membership and conference registration and payment processing
  • Update Chapter Leadereship
  • Corporate Memberships

Recent Posts by AFWA Staff

Spend a Little, Grow a Lot: 5 ideas for your chapter marketing budget

Whether you have a small budget, with little to spend, or money to spend but not sure how to spend it, here are a few suggestions that will be worth the investment.

Better Than You Found It: Leave Your Mark as a Chapter Leader

Whether you’re moving into a new position, or moving off the Board entirely, here are 4 ways you can leave your Chapter better than how you found it.

Evolve or Be Extinct: Tips for Staying Relevant

As part of our career progression and success, relevancy is critical. And it doesn’t matter if you’ve been in your career 20 days or 20 years – you have to stay relevant to your customer.

Soft Skills: Necessary, and Not Just a Temporary Buzz Word

Break down soft skills, people skills, to discover how you can develop these skills and promote them to potential employers.