Melissa Hooley named to Most Powerful Women in Accounting
She encourages firms to provide a flexible workplace
Melissa K. Hooley, Partner-in-Charge of Anton Collins Mitchell LLP’s (ACM) Benefit Plan Practice, has been named one of the 2015 Most Powerful Women in Accounting. Each year, CPA Practice Advisor recognizes women professionals who have had the most impact on the profession, whether through day-to-day client service as a partner or senior member of an accounting practice, or by mentoring and guiding others.
Hooley is the current Chair of the AICPA Women’s Initiatives Executive Committee (WIEC). The WIEC’s mission is to promote and support the success of women for the broader purpose of sustaining the profession by creating an inclusive environment, increasing talent engagement and leadership opportunities for women. She also has a number of philanthropic involvements including the MS Society and American Transplant Foundation.
Hooley encourages firms to provide a flexible workplace and a path to reach professional goals, noting that the priorities of up-and-coming leaders has changed with quality of life being a higher priority than it has been for former generations.
Read more about Melissa in her CPA Practice Advisor interview here.
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