For this conversation, we’re joined by FICPA Diversity and Inclusion Task Force member, Marianela Collado, who hopes to use her personal experience to inspire others to pursue a career as a CPA.
For more than 20 years, Shawna Wells dreamed of securing her CPA license. But self-doubt and an adversarial relationship with the CPA exam left her believing she’d never pass.
David Richardson in 2012 became the first openly gay individual ever elected to the Florida House of Representatives. Now a City Commissioner in Miami Beach, he spoke with us about his career, his time in office, the value of the FICPA’s advocacy efforts, and the importance of D&I.
For our latest FICPA Conversation, we turned to a dedicated educator and devoted FICPA member: C'Lamt Ho, an assistant professor of accounting at Saint Leo University and the 2020-21 chair of the FICPA's Accounting Careers and Education Committee.
For the latest installment in our FICPA Conversations series, we turned to a member of our own team: Mia Thomas! We discussed her career, volunteer efforts, experience as an Asian-American, and passion for the CPA profession.
A lifelong resident of the Orlando area, Jacobs now owns and operates her own firm, Tarsha R. Jacobs, CPA, PLLC, when she isn’t mentoring, or teaching test prep, or teaching yoga, or training for triathlons.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we spoke with our 2020 FICPA Women to Watch Award winners: Experienced Leader Karen Lake and Emerging Leader Kathryn Horton.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we spoke with our 2020 FICPA Women to Watch Award winners: Emerging Leader Kathryn Horton and Experienced Leader Karen Lake.
FICPA Conversations is a new Q&A series offering commentary from key individuals in the profession who have unique stories to tell and perspectives to share. In honor of Black History Month, we’re kicking off FICPA Conversations with Ron Thompkins, the first black president of the FICPA.