As we start a new year, I want to continue beating my drum – back to basics – for our organization! I’m going to focus on “LEAD” this month. For AFWA to succeed, it is imperative that we help our members grow into the leaders they want to become.
No one ever won an award for attending the most Christmas parties, sending out the most Christmas cards, making the most Christmas candies or buying the most presents. Simplify and slow down!
The only constant is change – we can’t escape it. But the mechanism that always keeps AFWA steady and true, is its commitment to be relevant and to give value to all its members.
AFWA will continue to promote the professional growth of women in accounting and finance by educating, mentoring, enlightening and advocating for women in the profession.
Being connected has become essential to us in every aspect of our lives. There are many benefits to making and maintaining a network of connections:
This year, AFWA National President, Lori Kelley, CPA, will lead AFWA's Board of Directors back to basics. With a focus on AFWA's intent to connect, advance, and lead.
By AFWA National President, Linda Harris, CPA It hardly seems possible that it was just this time last year that I was installed as your National President and I am now writing my last President’s Message. It is an honor that I will treasure. It has been a whirlwind year! Nearly 100 women have demonstrated [...]
Through my years of practice, I have found several outlets to help manage the stress of owning my own business. What it comes down to is being a little selfish.
I can have the best technical skills but if I can't delegate assignments, manage time, or deal with staff and clients I can't perform my job effectively
NASBA's Diversity Committee, develop a diversity program that ensures the NASBA culture is open and inclusive of women and minorities