Join GRF’s Women on the Move for a virtual panel discussion exploring the qualities that allow women to excel at leadership in times of crisis. Our speakers share personal stories about their own leadership styles, how they manage communication challenges and stress, and advice for those looking for their chance to exercise their own leadership potential.
- Adjusting to the new normal
- Communication and fostering teamwork
- Leveraging technology
- Equity in the workplace
- The emotional impact, including stress and burnout
- Finding opportunities to lead
Jackie Cardello, CPA, President and Managing Partner, GRF CPAs & Advisors
One of few women who lead public accounting firms, Jackie has served as managing partner of GRF for more than seven years. Her leadership has been recognized with awards, for both her and the firm, for workplace excellence, innovation and initiatives such as GRF’s diversity, equity and inclusion committee and its women’s leadership group. Under Jackie’s leadership, the firm was fully-prepared for the COVID-19 quarantine after making significant investments in technology for remote and workforce training.
Tricia Katebini, CPA, MBA, Senior Manager, GRF CPAs & Advisors
A rising star in the firm, Tricia has worked in public accounting for 13 years. As a seasoned professional, she brings her knowledge of technical accounting and tax topics to support GRF’s internal training. With her strong background in nonprofit industry, she also speaks externally on accounting and tax topics to both clients and professional groups. Tricia is an active member of GRF’s women’s leadership initiative, Women on the Move.
Virginie Carey, CFO, National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
As a respected leader in the nonprofit and NGO sector, Virginie has over 20 years of experience in accounting and finance. Prior to joining NASTAD, she was Vice President, Finance and Operations for Washington Area Women’s Foundation. Virginie serves on the board of Dumbarton Concerts/Inner City Inner Child and The Spitfire Club, two local non-profits both aiming at reducing the early childhood education gap among marginalized population.
Colleen Eubanks, CEO, International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
As an accomplished leader in the nonprofit and association sector, Colleen has more than 25 years of executive and senior leadership in charitable, membership, and trade organizations. Preceding her appointment to the CEO position at IASP, she was Vice President of MCI USA (formerly Coulter Companies) for 8 years. In addition to her client association leadership roles, Colleen brought her extensive expertise and passion for good governance and strategic planning to a wide variety of MCI clients, including the American Thoracic Society, ITechLaw, The ESOP Association, and others.
Josephine Morris-Young, CFO, Mary’s Center
Josephine Morris-Young’s career spans more than 20 years of executive leadership, vision, and oversight of financial plans and accounting practices in various accounting operations. As Chief Financial Officer at Mary’s Center, she is responsible for all of the company’s financial functions including accounting, audit, treasury, taxation, corporate finance, billing, strategic planning, insurance/risk management and investor relations.
Katelyn Miller, Manager, GRF CPAs & Advisors
A manager in GRF’s nonprofit tax group, Katelyn is an up-and-coming leader at the firm. She works with numerous national and international clients on complex tax matters as a result of her strong knowledge of tax-exempt organizations. A strong proponent of opportunities for women in the workplace, Katelyn is the chair of GRF’s women’s leadership initiative, Women on the Move.