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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Rhode, managing partner of Vaco Raleigh (http://www.vaco.com), an executive placement and consulting firm, has announced that Crystal Suazo, partner, and Beth Shandley, senior financial recruiter, have teamed up to launch the Raleigh chapter of the American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA).
Working with the American Society of Women Accountants and the American Woman's Society of CPAs, the EFWA also provides grants for position papers.
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Another source of CPE is the American Society of Women Accountants and American Woman's Society of CPAs annual and regional meetings and local educational seminars.
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