#CandidConversations is MACPA’s newest discussion series designed to create a safe and engaging space for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion conversations to take place. Hear from leading voices in the profession as they grapple with and confront issues of race and gender inequity while also detailing the effect those issues have on the CPA profession.
“Core Confidence” is the next event in our discussion series. Confidence – everyone wants it and no-one wants to admit to not having it, yet the truth is most successful executives will say “There are times when I don’t feel confident at all”. Confidence is elusive, which is why we have spent years researching and delving deeply with people in workshops to really understand why confidence is the cornerstone to:
- Creating the career and life you want
- Setting and enforcing healthy boundaries
- Resilience – the ability to bounce back when things go wrong or fail
Hear from course authors, Fiona Pearman and Kate Boorer, and take part in our live panel discussion – Moderated by Kimberly Ellison-Taylor and including Fiona or Kate, MACPA Chair Avonette Blanding, and Vice Chair Lexy Kessler.
Featured GRF Panelist
Tricia Katebini, CPA, MBA | Senior Manager, Audit
A seasoned speaker on technical accounting and tax topics affecting nonprofits, Ms. Katebini has presented at AICPA, MACPA, MACS and other accounting and nonprofit industry conferences. She has built a strong reputation for serving as a key advisor to nonprofit organizations in the Greater Washington, DC and Baltimore areas. Her nonprofit audit experience includes proficiency in technical accounting issues and the requirements of Uniform Guidance. She also provides valued guidance to clients on new accounting pronouncements such as the nonprofit reporting model, revenue recognition and the lease standards.