Conference - Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance Women Who Count

Conference - Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance Women Who Count

At Protiviti, we care about diversity and inclusion, and are proud to partner with professional organizations like the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance. Our team includes talented individuals from diverse backgrounds who fuel the expertise we bring to market. At the same time, we create an environment that fosters inclusion and innovation. As a team-based organization, it is essential to our success that everyone is seen, heard, and understood; that their ideas and contributions are considered and valued; and that they are fully empowered to achieve their goals in work and life.

Learn more about Protiviti’s diversity and inclusion efforts.

Protiviti's Ryan Neff, Ana Amato, and Domonique Williams will be presenting to the virtual AFWA conference on October 28 at 6:30PM ET. The topic will be 'Leveraging Technology to Optimize Finance Processes & Controls'.

About 'Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance Women Who Count' Conference:

AFWA’s annual Women Who Count National Conference brings professionals from all accounting and finance industry sectors together for three days of networking and education.

Industry Professionals from across the country attend AFWA’s Women Who Count Conference to become more knowledgeable on industry trends and gain a competitive edge with leadership development. Conference veterans and new attendees alike join to connect with each other, gain insight and inspiration and celebrate the AFWA experience.

  • 200+ accounting and finance professionals from across the country
  • NASBA sponsored CPE in technical and professional development
  • Chapter development and leadership training
  • Career resources and support
  • Personal and Professional Development
  • Access to our Marketplace and resources to build your career and business




Speakers include: 
Ryan Neff


28 Oct 2020
06:30 PM to 07:30 PM EDT
United States
Event Role
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm