Kristin Rampe asks "Women Aren’t Making Partner In the Accounting profession. What Gives?"
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“Women can step out of the traditional box, further develop their leadership skills, and embody my mantra of ‘accounting made awesome,’” says Rampe, author of Accounting Dreams & Delusions. “It’s time to see a flourishing flow of talented women move up to partnership level and be audit they can be.”
Kristen Rampe earned her bachelor’s degree in Accounting, with Honors, at Butler University and spent 10 years in public accounting, working in audit for Big 4 firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as in the audit and consulting practices of a regional San Francisco firm Frank, Rimerman. She is a licensed CPA in California, a CGMA designation holder, a certified Net Promoter Associate, and served on the board of the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation for six years. In 2011, she started her own consultancy providing soft-skills training, leadership development, consulting and advisory services to the CPA industry. Rampe was named a Woman to Watch by the California Society of Certified Public Accountants in 2011, one of only two awarded in the Emerging Leaders category statewide. For more information, click here to visit Kristin Rampe’s website or connect with Rampe on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Goodreads.