New Leader Chosen for Women Accountants

A new president has been elected by the American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA). Denisa Jones, CPA, has been an ASWA member for 12 years and has served previously for her local board as treasurer, vice president, and president.

Ms. Jones has also served as south central area director, national board director, secretary, vice president programs and services, and vice president membership.

"ASWA is such a unique organization serving women both professionally and personally. I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to be part of its leadership," said Ms. Jones.

ASWA is a professional organization whose purpose is to advance the interest of women in all fields of accounting and finance. The society was founded in 1938 and since then, has grown to include more than 100 chapters throughout the United States with approximately 6,000 members. Membership has been open to men since 1974.


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