Diversity, equity and inclusion
The percentage of CFOs who are women hit an all-time high last year, and racial and ethnic minorities also continue to make gains in obtaining roles in the C-suite, according to an annual report from Crist Kolder.
Tayiika M. Dennis, CPA, is a principal at CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen LLP), working out of its Century City, Los Angeles, location, and chair of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants.
The Association of Latino Professionals for America is a vehicle for social change and a networking forum for Latino students, professionals, and businesses.
To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, a CPA leader in Southern California who tirelessly built his firm and a Hispanic professional organization from the ground up reflects on his journey in this podcast episode with transcript.
The CAQ announced a strategic education initiative intended to expose students to careers in accounting, attract greater diversity and representation within the profession, and address barriers to entry from underrepresented and underserved groups.
Asking questions is a first step towards addressing the problem of gender inequity, says Tracey Walker of RSM US, who will share her experiences at this year’s AICPA & CIMA Women’s Global Leadership Summit.
Executive recruiting firm Crist Kolder’s annual report shows record levels of female and racially or ethnically diverse leadership at large companies.
A majority of LGBT+ respondents to a Deloitte survey are more inclined to remain with their current employer because of their inclusion initiatives, although noninclusive behaviors remain a concern.
Creating a real sense of belonging for LGBTQ+ employees benefits individuals, clients, firms, and the profession.
Diversity and inclusion is rising in CPA firm partner ranks and new accounting graduate hires, according to AICPA research.