Diversity and Inclusion
The AICPA works to encourage and promote diversity & inclusion within the CPA profession and its workforce, as we believe a workplace that is reflective and inclusive of the global communities in which they serve - different people, different cultures, and different perspectives – are greatly positioned to innovatively solve the challenging and complex issues facing clients and the evolving public interest.
Spotlight on Professional Resources
The AICPA’s National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion is encouraging the top 100 accounting firm CEOs to sign the CEO Action pledge!
This report is designed to create awareness about what state societies are doing regarding diversity and inclusion (D&I). The inventory breaks down state society program offerings as they relate to the following groups: ethnic minorities, women, LGBTQ, young professionals and retired CPAs.
The program allows participants to seek a mentor and/or mentee outside of their organization. Using an online platform makes a mentoring relationship easier to fit into busy schedules, creating beneficial and successful outcomes.
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AICPA is committed to providing research to better understand and influence the dynamics of young people who enter and remain in the accounting profession.
Tools and Resources
Assess your firm’s current environment, learn about best practices, and implement action plans. These tools will help firms ensure that diversity and inclusion initiatives are an ongoing part of their company’s culture.
Take advantage of resources that help professionals like you continue to advance in their careers.
Request an Inclusion Champion to speak at your event. Inclusion Champions represent a cohort of CPAs across the country that help foster discussions on diversity and inclusion in the profession.
National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion
A commission formed to serve as champions within the accounting profession proposing strategies to recruit, retain, and advance under-represented minorities in the profession. Learn more about the National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion!