July 1999 Issue


The American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA) has announced that its annual conference will take place October 28­30 in Seattle, Wash. The 59th annual conference is an opportunity for women in all fields of accounting to receive professional education, network with colleagues, and discuss the issues women face in the profession today.

"The difference between ASWA and other professional organizations is the supportive and nonthreatening environment we offer to nurture and grow leadership, professional, and interpersonal skills," conference Chair Amy Norkis said. "This meeting is important to our organization and to women involved in accounting or finance."

The keynote address, "Where Have All the Smart Women Gone," will be delivered by Alice Rowe.

ASWA was founded in 1938 with the objective of increasing the opportunities available to women in the fields of accounting and finance. ASWA has more than 5,000 members in 100 chapters across the country. For more information, contact the organization's national office at (800) 326-2163, or visit www.aswa.org. *

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