Women now have more opportunities than ever to succeed and advance in the profession. The time has come to harness these opportunities and use them to educate and elevate ourselves, our organizations, staff and other women in both our professional and personal lives. During the AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit, presented by the AICPA Women’s Initiative Executive Committee with partner CPA Canada, we will engage in sessions on leadership, boardroom diversity and best practices to enhance our skills and potential of women leaders within the financial community. Across three powerful days, you will gain:
Leave refreshed, inspired and ready for the world. Our time is now.
Female financial professionals and accountants from all business sectors: public accounting, business & industry, not-for-profit, government & academia
Global leaders and aspiring leaders
Women in finance who want to develop new skills
Male colleagues who wish to learn more about developing women leaders
"I thought the content was perfect - I learned a ton and really came away with some excellent ideas."
- Morgan Daulton
"I love learning about how to advance women in the profession. The connections I have made at this conference are invaluable and a great opportunity to share ideas and connect."
-Jonyce Bullock, CPA, CGMA | Managing Partner, Squire & Company PC
"The BEST conference I have ever been to. It left me beyond inspired and ready to take my career head on."
- Ashleigh Sweet, CPA | CFO
"It was motivating to hear about how to make the most of my busy schedule and hear that it will all work out. I thought the speakers were inspirational."
- Yukari Hechanova, CPA, CIA, CGMA, CGFM, CGAP | Deputy Public Auditor, Guam Office of Accountability
"The large ballroom sessions were really good and worth getting up for a 7:00am session!"
- Wende Wadsworth, CPA | Shareholder, Sweeney Conrad, P.S.
"I've been involved with the AICPA on diversity issues and had an opportunity to attend. I am a CPA (inactive, but reactivating my license soon) and full-time accounting professor. This conference was a great opportunity to become informed about what is actually going on in the profession. I feel I can be a better resource and advocate for my students as a result of attending this conference."
- Alicia Yancy | Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Houston-Downtown
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Anyone who's been to an AICPA conference will tell you it's an incredible learning experience. But if you're going to ask your employer to pick up the tab, you have to make a bold case for attending.
We've prepared a step-by-step guide to help you succeed.