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Get Plugged-In at AWSCPA Through Our Lifelines Program!

“Great ladies with sound advice!  I look forward to our meetings and have grown as a person because of them.” -  Annette Williamson

“I have really enjoyed the Lifelines program.  It has indeed been a lifeline for me; a place to share excitement, questions and concerns with others who really understand and support me.  With such a busy work life, it’s been wonderful to have my Lifeline group to look forward to.” - Rolanda Jacobovitz

These Lifeline groups help fellow women connect over a common theme to offer support and further their career objectives. Sign up for one today!

A Message from 2015-2016 AWSCPA National President, Cynthia Cox

My name is Cynthia Cox and I am the new president of the national board.  Starting July 2015 we have made some significant changes to our Organization in order to provide value to our members.  First, we are excited to introduce our new national program that is a cross between a traditional mentoring relationship and a master mind group.  This program will establish groups based on a book written by Keith Ferrazzi, Who’s Got Your Back. The groups will be known as Lifeline groups and will be made up of our members across the US.  Since the groups are virtual using video conferencing software, you do not lose time traveling to a meeting.  The natural benefit to these groups is the opportunity to learn from other successful women CPAs not to mention to gain a few new girl friends.

Read more here.

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