Massachusetts Society of CPAs Honors Six Women

The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA) announced the 2016 honorees of their Women to Watch Award, which recognizes women who have made an outstanding contribution to the accounting profession, their community, place of employment and/or to the development of women as leaders.

Six Massachusetts women were selected, three in the Emerging Leader category for professionals with 15 years of experience or less, and three in the Experienced Leader category, reserved for women with more than 15 years in the field.

Award winners will be honored on Nov. 2 at MSCPA’s Eighth Annual Women’s Leadership Summit at The Westin Boston Waterfront.

“The MSCPA is celebrating the achievements of these remarkable women and we’re looking forward to honoring them for their outstanding contributions to their peers, their community and their profession,” says Amy Pitter, president and CEO of the MSCPA.

The MSCPA represents over 11,000 members.

The 2016 Women to Watch Award winners are (in alphabetical order):

Experienced Leader:

  • Pamela Kelleher, partner at Ernst & Young
  • Zara Muradali, partner at KPMG
  • Linda Smith, MP at Smith Sullivan and Brown

Emerging Leader:

  • Jeanie Gorlovsky-Schepp, manager at AAFCPAs
  • Laura Gregoriadis, principal at DiCicco Gulman & Company
  • Jessica Platt, principal at CliftonLarsonAllen