CEO Ken Bishop Gives Update on NASBA

In this video from Accounting Today, NASBA President & CEO Ken Bishop talks about the current and future challenges facing NASBA. With ever-changing regulations, an increased dependence on data analytics, and a strong move towards a Global Economy, NASBA has to be prepared to increase resources. Watch the video below for more ...

Diversity in Accounting—What Can Be Done?

We’ve already heard why diversity in the Accounting profession is important, and now Donny Burkett shares what can be done about it. Donny believes educating the public on what a CPA is, what they do, and how they help communities is crucial to increasing diversity among CPAs. Watch the video below for more ideas from Donny ...

Diversity in Accounting—Why It’s Important

As our country becomes more diverse, so should the Accounting profession. Donny Burkett talks about the drastic changes in demographics and why it’s so important for those changes to be reflected in Accounting as well. View part 3 of this series from Accounting T...

Diversity in Accounting—Donny Burkett Shares His Eye Opening Experience

Donny Burkett, Executive Vice President of Burkett Burkett & Burkett, Certified Public Accountants, P.A., shares an early experience with racial injustice that stuck with him to this day. His experience has motivated him to work towards creating more diversity within the Accounting profession. We’ll discuss his efforts in ...

Diversity in Accounting—What NASBA Is Doing to Help

How has NASBA been working toward increasing diversity? To start, they’ve been partnering with companies that already encourage diversity like the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA). NASBA is able to provide support, data, and resources to these organizations. They’ve also been working with college & ...

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