American Society of Women Accountants

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American Society of Women Accountants

An organization dedicated to promoting women in the accounting field. It was established in 1938 in Indiana and has expanded nationwide. It hosts a large number of training and networking events per year. Members are encouraged to seek advice from one another on accounting and professional issues. It is based in Virginia.
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