Specifically designed for emerging leaders with 5+ years of experience to help them navigate from an individual contributor to a leader in their organization, this three-day event is cited by past participants as an invaluable boost to their careers.
“The leadership academy was a worthwhile experience that I would recommend to any upcoming leader in the profession. We must first better ourselves, before we can better others, and attending the leadership academy is a great first step!” – Addie Blickenstaff, CPA, Deleon & Stang, Audit Supervisor
Please note – materials for this event will be provided electronically ONLY. Please feel free to bring your own device to view the materials. We recommend that you download them prior to the event date rather than onsite.
Rebekah J. Brown, CPA
Chief Executive Officer, MACPA
Rebekah Brown is a CPA who is passionate about the bright future of the accounting profession. From 5th grade classrooms to the Standing Advisory Group and Board of the PCAOB, Rebekah frequently presents on the accounting profession and it’s future. She is a certified facilitator, having guided firms, non-profits and accounting professionals in the United States and Canada in the strategic planning process. In 2017, 2019 and 2020 Rebekah was recognized by CPA Practice Advisor as a top thought leader under 40 in the profession. In 2020, Rebekah was a Maryland Daily Record Leading Women Honoree.
Bill Sheridan, CAE
Chief Communications Officer, EOS Implementer, MACPA
Bill Sheridan is a knowledge hunter, content curator, lifelong learner, and EOS implementer. As chief communications officer for the Maryland Association of CPAs, he created and co-authors the association’s acclaimed blog; he created and hosts the MACPA’s weekly “Future-Proof” podcast; and he manages the association’s member communications and numerous social networks. He was named one of Accounting Today’s “100 Most Influential People in Accounting” for 2016.
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