Massachusetts Society of CPAs to honor five women to watch
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The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants, Inc. (MSCPA) will honor five women CPAs at its inaugural Women to Watch Awards Reception on September 30, 2009 at the Westin, Waltham.
An initiative of the MSCPA’s Women in Accounting Committee, the awards recognize women CPAs for making significant contributions to the accounting profession, their community and for demonstrating characteristics that enable them to become leaders in the profession.
The recipients of the 2009 Women to Watch Award are:
Emerging Leaders (women with less than 10 years in the profession):
o Rachael Bradley, CPA, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
o Hillary Burr, CPA, Wolf & Company PC
o Kristin Costa, CPA, Braver PC
o Krissy Davis, CPA, Deloitte
o Debra Mitchell, CPA, Braver PC.
Fidelity Investments will present a $500 scholarship in each recipient's name to the MSCPA's Educational Foundation, which provides financial assistance for programs that benefit students, educators and the CPA profession.
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