"The Academic View for Women in Accounting/Finance Leadership for Today and Tomorrow"
Sandra Richtermeyer, Ph.D., CMA, CPA (Inactive)
Synopsis - How many women in your company are in leadership positions? How many women do you know who are in leadership positions in other organizations? Are they from accounting and finance? Although women have made some headway in the last few years, more progress is necessary. How will this happen? Come and listen to Sandra share perspective on the academic view related to career advancement for women in accounting/finance for today and tomorrow.
At the completion of this webinar, participants will
- Have an understanding of the current landscape for women advancing in accounting/finance leadership roles.
- Be able to identify actionable measures that have the potential to impact the progression of women in accounting and finance leadership roles.
- Gain an understanding of how to create a professional development plan that has the potential to promote career advancement.
About the speaker: Sandra Richtermeyer is dean of the Manning School of Business at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She has over 25 years of experience in both professional and higher education leadership roles. She has conducted workshops and delivered presentations on six continents on a variety of professional development topics related to career advancement and women’s leadership in addition to many technical topics in areas such as risk management, internal controls, accounting technology and corporate governance. She has over 25 years of board of director experience including service as global chair for the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), President of Beta Alpha Psi International and Chair of the Board of the Ohio Society of CPAs. She actively works with developing countries on risk management and currently serves on the United Nations Internal Control Advisory Committee.
CPE Field of Study: Personal Development