Women in accounting making an impact as world marks Women’s Day

Written on Mar 08, 2018

By Jessica Salerno, OSCPA content manager

IWD18In honor of International Women’s Day March 8, we’re highlighting some of our most-read stories from the past year about women in accounting. And if you know any successful women we should profile in the future, let us know in the comments!

Accounting student doesn’t let age stifle her ambition
For Abbigail McMillen, working a summer internship, earning 150 credit hours and graduating are all part of the plan as an accounting student. But the difference with McMillen is that she’s two years ahead of her peers in achieving this.

Son follows in mother’s accounting footsteps
Lisa Mencini, CPA, is chief of staff at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine, but has leveraged her accounting background in many different sectors. Her success in accounting and the opportunities she earned did not go unnoticed by her son as he grew up.

OSCPA members among accounting’s most influential
For Rita Keller and Gale Crosley, CPA, being named to Accounting Today’s list of Top 100 Most Influential People in the accounting profession means recognition of years of hard work and dedication.

For ACAP grad, PhD means more than teaching
Candice Hayes-McInnis, CPA, did not always plan to pursue her PhD, but now that she is, she’s discovered the many opportunities the degree can offer in her quest to help others.

Doing it her way, Libby Cullins
Libby Cullins, CPA, has achieved considerable professional success at a young age, a feat she attributes to being motivated, ambitious, and most of all, fearless.

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