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.
Individuals and organizations realize that the business world is hungry for examples of how to better advance women. MOVE firms have been ‘showing their work’ for years.
Take power over your heart health. Lori Kelley, shares important facts surrounding heart disease in women.
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.
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”?
Exactly how firms are adopting insights gained from advancing women to firm wide efforts, and how they are renewing and refreshing women’s initiatives, is the focus of the 2018 Accounting MOVE Project report.
The cracks in the CPA profession’s glass ceiling are more than stress fractures: resistance is cracking at the highest levels. Women now comprise 24% of management in CPA Firms.
The MOVE Project is the accounting profession’s only annual benchmark of the status of women in the leadership pipeline. 2017 Best CPA Firms for Women.