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Sandra Wiley Makes List of Most Powerful Women in Accounting

Thursday, October 25, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jon Hubbard
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Sandra Wiley Makes List of Most Powerful Women in Accounting

Manhattan, Kan., October 25, 2012 – CPA Practice Advisor recognized Sandra Wiley, Chief Operating Officer and Shareholder of Boomer Consulting, Inc., as one of the 2012 Most Powerful Women in Accounting for her industry leadership in work-life balance, flexibility in the workplace and increasing diversity in firms.

CPA Practice Advisor partnered with the American Society of Women Accountants to create this award to recognize women who are making the greatest impact on the tax and accounting profession. Other accounting industry awards conducted by CPA Practice Advisor are 40 Under 40 and Top 25 Thought Leaders.

"I am blessed to work in such a great industry with a fantastic peer group,” said Wiley.  "The women in this industry are truly amazing and I am honored to receive this recognition. I believe our industry is making strides in the area of diversity but we have a long way to go.”

Wiley is ranked by Accounting Today as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Accounting. She is an industry expert on HR, training, management and strategic planning. She is a certified Kolbe Master Instructor who advises firms on building balanced teams, managing employee conflict and hiring staff.  

About CPA Practice Advisor

CPA Practice Advisor is the definitive resource for information to tax and accounting professionals in public practice. It focuses on helping accountants adopt new technologies for their firms and adapt their business practices to take full advantage of those technologies. CPA Practice Advisor conducts the accounting industry awards 40 Under 40 and Top 25 Thought Leaders.

About American Society of Women Accountants

The American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA) was formed in 1938 to increase the opportunities for women in all fields of accounting and finance. The first chapter was chartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Members of The American Society of Women Accountants and their companies benefit from practical resources and benefit programs that strengthen their professional growth.


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