Women's Initiatives

Women's Initiatives The Ohio Society of CPAsMore than half of all CPAs are now women and professional opportunities are growing exponentially for all CPAs who enjoy a high level of trust and credibility among business executives and the public. That means women have plenty of opportunity to grow rewarding and successful careers at all levels in the profession. But women are still lagging behind their male peers when it comes to advancing into leadership and partner positions. 

The Ohio Society of CPAs Women’s Initiatives Group aims to explore societal and professional trends unique to the profession and to engage women CPAs and those who work with them in initiatives that will move women to greater CPA career success.

Learn more about OSCPA's Women's Initiatives:

Latest Women's Initiative's News:

  • Mar 31, 2014

    Workplace flexibility a modern-day myth?

    Workplace flexibility—it’s a phrase that might be appealing to job seekers or make a company look good, but a new study by the Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College shows flexible work options are out of reach for most employees and that when they are offered, arrangements are limited in size and scope.
  • Mar 31, 2014

    Balancing Act: Motherhood and career

    Kaitlin Newkirk, CPA, is no stranger to balancing a career and a busy home life.
  • Mar 19, 2014

    Alyss Carpenter, CPA: Generation Next

    The future looks bright for Ohio’s young CPAs, thanks to professionals like Alyss Carpenter, CPA, senior tax analyst for Nationwide Insurance.
  • Mar 19, 2014

    Learning to balance

    Marie Brilmyer, CPA, has developed an impressive résumé over the course of the past 13 years, and she’s done it on her own terms.
  • Mar 19, 2014

    Just the facts, please. Women say soft feedback is doing them no good

    Feedback is a core part of self-development and all too often male colleagues and managers are reluctant to give direct feedback to female colleagues 79% of the time. Why? According to Barbara Annis and John Gray, authors of Work with Me, it’s because men felt they have to walk on eggshells around women and hold back criticism to women during performance reviews out of concern they may upset their female colleague and provoke an “emotional reaction.”
  • Mar 19, 2014

    United States ranks in bottom 10 performing countries for women in senior management roles

    The United States ranks in the bottom 10 performing countries for women in senior management roles, according to new research from the Grant Thornton International Business Report, a survey of 6,700 business leaders in 45 countries.