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Forging Your Path: Women in Accounting
Women in the accounting profession have more opportunities to leverage their skills than ever before. Statistics show that more women are reaching executive and partnership ranks and organizations are offering more pathways to define what success actually looks like.

So as a woman in the profession, what paths are available to you and how do you know which path is the right choice for your definition of success?

Join us for an inspiring discussion with four incredible women in the accounting profession who have forged their own paths to success. You will get insights from accounting women working in consulting, public accounting and industry about what life may throw your way and how to leverage those events into personal and professional success!

The discussion will be moderated by Lindsay Stevenson. The panelists are:

Sarah Elliott, CPA, ACC
Co-founder and principal, Intend2Lead LLC
Through one-to-one coaching, group learning and innovation labs, Sarah helps CPAs access the possibility dimension: the place where fear is no longer the enemy.

Katherine Gough
Partner, Squar Milner
Katherine has 35 years of experience in all aspects of accounting. Katherine specializes in forensic accounting, bankruptcies, receivership management and as a consultant on litigation matters.

Dena Jansen
Founder and Voice, Dena Speaks
Dena launched Dena Speaks as a way to inspire others by sharing the real life lessons she’s learned along her personal and professional growth journey. She is a retired partner from accounting, tax, and consulting firm Maxwell Locke & Ritter. Her website is denajansen.com.

Neha S. Patel, CPA, CISA
Partner, IT Advisory Services
Neha has more than 14 years of experience in public accounting and internal audit, with an emphasis on governance, risk and compliance.

Jul 24, 2018 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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