2018 MACPA
Women to Watch Awards

The AICPA’s Women’s Initiatives Executive Committee (WIEC) initiated the Women to Watch Award Program in 2005 in partnership with several state CPA societies to honor outstanding women in the profession. The Women to Watch awards highlight the accomplishments of women in the profession, and demonstrate to emerging female leaders that success is not out of reach. The event provides a forum for state CPA societies to lead important conversations about issues their female members face.

To submit a nomination, fill out the form below and provide supporting evidence of the nominee’s contributions to the profession and her community. Additional resources will be requested from the nominee. Documentation should include a letter describing why the nominee should be considered. In addition, a résumé and letters of support are not required, but strongly recommended.

Winners will be selected by a special task force of MACPA’s Board of Directors and recognized at the Women to Watch Award event on September 21, 2018.

Emerging Leaders
Women who are up-and-coming stars in their organizations. Women who demonstrate leadership and contribute to the profession through community service and implementation of unique initiatives.

Experienced Leaders
Women who have established their roles as leaders in their organizations by advancing to the highest levels of management or ownership, and by mentoring those following in their footsteps.

All nominations are due by July 15. All nominees must be a Certified Public Accountant and a member of MACPA and AICPA.

Thank you for your nomination. We encourage firms and organizations who have nominated an individual to consider sponsoring the event as well. Please see sponsorship levels here.

Questions? For more information, please contact the MACPA at (800) 782-2036.

MACPA Contact For Women to Watch Awards:

Jackie Brown

COO, Governance and Administration


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