Women in the Profession
Today women have more opportunities than ever to succeed and advance in the profession. Accounting organizations are creating a culture for women to succeed in a variety of roles; fill the gap in personnel and mirror the market place. These resources are designed to help you stay engaged, move ahead in the profession and champion other women in your footsteps.
Are firms making the most of the talent pool? The AICPA Women's Initiative Executive Committee conducted it's second CPA Firm Gender Survey. Here's a look at some of its findings.
25 Women Recognized for Leadership, Service and Contributions to the Profession
Use this checklist to plot your firm’s course in jump starting or refreshing a women’s initiative program. This document provides a step by step approach along with related resources to encourage firms to employ metrics and measure where they stand today and related progress.
Be Part of Our Conversation
This group offers networking opportunities, on-going interaction with role models, and advice for building additional skills in areas such as business development, networking, and career management.
AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit
November 14-16, 2018 in NYC.
The AICPA Women’s Leadership Summit is designed to help women build skills in business development, mentoring, networking and client service and allow them to exchange ideas with established senior women executives and other promising female professionals. Email email@example.com for more information.
Mom, Manager, Mentor...Maniac?
September 17, 2018 / 10-11am ET
As a mother, have you ever struggled with making it all work? This webcast provides strategies to maximize your "mom-ness" while developing a stellar career as a CPA and participating in professional extra-curriculars.
In specific, you will identify the strengths uniquely developed by being a mother and how those can be utilized to maximize your professional impact. This webcast includes interactive discussions about what can be leveraged as a competitive advantage in the CPA profession for mothers and mothers-to-be