Succession Issues Likely to Fuel Urgency around Retention of Women CPAs

by Ken Tysiac | May 18, 2016   ()

The urgency around advocating for women has increased in the accounting profession, Melissa Hooley, CPA, CGMA, said Tuesday at the AICPA spring Council meeting in New Orleans.

Many CPA leaders from the Baby Boomer generation will be retiring over the next several years, and the profession needs to find successors. Hooley said women can play an important part in filling the shoes of the retiring CPAs, so the profession can’t afford to lose them. Read More

Source: Journal of Accountancy

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