31 outubro 2015

As 10 mulheres mais poderosas da contabilidade nos EUA

CPA Practice Advisor has announced the recipients of its 2014 Most Powerful Women in Accounting awards, which recognizes each for their significant contributions to the profession. While some are directly engaged in day-to-day client service as a partner or senior member of an accounting practice, others serve in roles as varied as consulting, media, software development, and even in political office.

Alison Ball - Intuit

Beth A. Wood, CPA – North Carolina Office of the State Auditor

Cheri H. Freeh, CPA, CGMA – Hutchinson, Gillahan & Freeh, P.C.

Dawn Brolin, CPA, MSA – Powerful Accounting

DeAnn Hill, CPA, PFS, CGMA – AICPA/DeAnn Auman Hill, CPA

Deborah DeHaas, CPA – Deloitte LLP

Dominique Molina, CPA, CTC – American Institute of Tax Coaches

Edi Osborne, CSPM, CPVA, CPBA – Mentor Plus

Gale Crosley, CPA – Crosley+Company

Geni Whitehouse, CPA.CITP, CSPM – Even a Nerd

Heather Kirkby – Intuit

Jean Rakich – Thomson Reuters

Jennifer Warawa – Sage North America

Jennifer Lee Wilson – Convergence Coaching, LLC

Karen Abramson – Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting

Katie Tolin – SS&G

Michelle Long, CPA, MBA – Long for Success, LLC

Monika Miles – Miles Consulting Group, Inc.

Rita Keller – Keller Advisors, LLC

Sally Glick, MBA – Sobel & Co., LLC

Sandi Smith Leyva, CPA, CMA, MBA – Accountant’$ Accelerator

Sandra Wiley – Boomer Consulting, Inc.

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