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Women's Accounting Leadership Series

Take your career to the next level

Expand your business network while developing leadership skills and discussing issues facing women in the accounting and finance professions. You’ll hear from inspiring speakers and gain insight into leadership, professional trends, work/life balance, career journeys, and much more while earning continuing professional education (CPE) credits.

Join us to network with accomplished female leaders, mid-career colleagues, and aspiring professionals who will share different perspectives on challenges and solutions in an interactive dialogue.

Sample topics include:

  • Strategies for success and advice for aspiring leaders
  • Current employment trends and the impact they have on career advancement opportunities for women in accounting and finance
  • Accounting and finance trends

Prior sessions have included:

  • “Controllership Trends” - Ashley Gibson from Deloitte and Beth Kaplan from the Deloitte Center for Controllership™ discussed current and emerging trends surrounding the controllership function.
  • “Lessons from Trailblazing Women” - Joann Lublin, author of Earning It and Management News Editor for the Wall Street Journal, shared examples from her book about executive women who broke the corporate glass ceiling.
  • “A CFO’s Career Journey” - Denise Castillo Rhodes, executive vice president and chief financial officer, Texas Medical Center, candidly discussed her career path to CFO, from managing professional challenges to finding a balance between work and family commitments.

Save the Date

The Women’s Accounting Leadership Series is coming to Boston on Friday, October 26, 2018.

What Attendees Say About the Workshop


“[The speakers] let us know that we are capable to do anything we set our mind to.”

“Great session with advice to take back and ponder personally to make sure my career and priorities are aligned and on track.”

“Loved the work/life balance part – enjoyed listening to the experiences of the panelists.”