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This summit provides women leaders with a unique opportunity to gain new insights and learn directly from other successful professional women in firms, business and industry, not for profits, academia and government.
CPA Canada and AICPA Women’s Initiative Executive Committee with partners AWSCPA are proud to present the AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit.
The objective of this conference is to focus on leadership, boardroom diversity and best practices to enhance the skills and potential of women leaders within the financial community. The high-level caliber of speakers will provide training and information on how women can secure their future in this complex industry.
This summit will also provide women leaders with a unique opportunity to gain new insights and to learn directly from other successful professional women. The sessions and workshops offer a full scope of perspectives from women finance leaders in firms, business and industry, not for profits, academia and government.
You will have an opportunity to enhance your business skills, bringing value to your organization and to your career.
Can’t make it to Chicago?
Attend AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit virtually.
CPA Canada members can take advantage of early bird pricing until September 25, 2017. Enter registration code CPACANADA at checkout and save $375 USD. After September 25, 2017, save $300 USD.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
The Westin Chicago River North
320 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60654
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