We've highlighted stories online of accounting professionals who are pursuing a second career as educators. Many of you were curious: what does it take to make such a transition?
Only the lucky few get to marry their passion with their career. Steve Wenzlick, CPA, spent almost two decades in public accounting and as CFO at several large companies before making the leap to his favorite industry: craft brewing.
There might not seem like an obvious link between being an Arabic linguist and a CPA, but Courtney Holloway sees a connection.
It doesn’t cost anything to hear the word “No.” It’s advice Libby Cullins, CPA, gives to young people just starting out in their careers and it’s advice she’s taken herself plenty of times.
One year ago, our “CPAs of Ohio” series debuted in CPA Takeaways and on social media with a CPA who loves gumball machines.
Sydney Erickson, CPA, had only one more requirement to earn her CPA license in the fall of 2011.
Silvia McClellan, CPA, took an unconventional path to public accounting.
College is a significant investment of time and resources. Yet more than 40% of students enrolled full-time at four-year institutions fail to earn a bachelor's degree within six years, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics.
Tom Hazelbaker, CPA, didn't plan on teaching accounting.
When leaders of the Findlay accounting firm Gilmore Jasion Mahler decided to establish a community event in their hometown, they went straight to the most in-the-know person in the city; the mayor, Lydia Mihalik.
Some high schoolers blow off their senior year. Not John Stalcup’s students.
Flexible. Unique. Dynamic. These are the words Sharon Trabbic, chief operating officer and Jennifer Compton, practice growth manager, use to describe the culture at William Vaughan Company, a midsized firm in Maumee.
Ogochukwu Obiagwu has a lot on her plate.
Rob MacKinlay, CPA, CGMA, has spent his life making things better.
Attracting and retaining accounting talent is always top of mind for Bill Chorba, CPA, CGMA, CFO of NineSigma and newly elected chair of The Ohio Society’s Executive Board.
“Sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of how important the work we do is,” said Scott Wiley, FASE, CAE, last week during The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) Annual Meeting. “We can’t let that happen.”
Today’s students are under a lot of pressure.
Longevity. It’s the word David Harrison, director, Fisher College of Business Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services uses to describe OSCPA’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Aaron Pike, CPA, MBA, is a busy guy.
t’s still unusual for women to hold top positions in public accounting.
If it's true that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, Deb and Alicia Elfers are living proof.
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