Mar 15, 2019
"When technology is put into place the RIGHT way, in ethical ways, we actually create MORE human connection than less"
AICPA & CIMA's Jennifer Gardner talks to author, accounting powerhouse and CPA Amy Vetter about ethical ICT-implementation, the power of mentoring, tech-transformation...and yoga.
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH.
This March we're featuring a bonus selection of interviews with women who've become movers and shakers in the accounting, finance and business professional sphere. Episodes every Wednesday as usual with 'Friday Focus' shows for some extra weekend inspiration.
* how yoga practice informs the CPA profession and vice versa.
* when fear of change is not always a bad thing.
* the benefits of going 'NO tech' and disconnecting.
* the B3 Method
CEO of the B3 Method Institute, Board Member for Project Yoga and an Advisory Board Member for Pantheon & Logikcull, Amy Vetter is Technology Innovations Taskforce leader for the AICPA IMTA Executive Committee and a past Board Member for Data Coalition. She was recognised as a "Top 100 Most Influential Person" by Accounting Today, and included in CPA Practice Advisor's list of "Most Powerful Women in Accounting". Find out more via her LinkedIn profile.
Visiting the Chicago area this Spring? Join us on the ground or online for the AICPA & CIMA "CFO Conference" in Chicago this April 24-26th 2019.
Connect with Amy Vetter via her website.
Participate in the 2019 AICPA Women's Global Leadership Summit this November — and experience the support of your women colleagues along the way.
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