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Women Leadership

At AAF, we believe that having a woman leader adds to the greatness of our firm.

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Women Leadership

Late in 2010, Carla McCall, CPA, CGMA was named co-managing partner of AAFCPAs, and in 2020 she assumed full responsibility as Managing Partner. At AAF, we believe that having a woman leader adds to the greatness of our firm. Her perspective on business and passion to serve clients with distinction are a wonderful example to all in our firm.

Carla is recognized often in the financial community, most recently, as one of 2020’s Most Powerful Women in the Accounting Profession by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and CPA Practice Advisor magazine, in Accounting Today’s 2020 Managing Partner Elite list, in the Boston Business Journal Woman UP feature, by the MSCPA’s Woman to Watch Awards, and with an ATHENA Award.

Carla is honored to pave the way for future women leaders in their careers at AAFCPAs. She is fully committed to women’s issue and balancing work and family to improve the quality of life for all involved.

AAF has a thriving Women’s Opportunity Network (WON).

AAF’s Women’s Opportunity Network (WON) initiative serves as a platform to discuss challenges for women in the workplace, educate, inform, and bring awareness to these issues. WON is spearheaded by Carla McCall and is made up of 40 AAF team members.

AAF knows that there is no reason why women can’t be great leaders. WON is a resource for ideas and solutions for keeping women joyful in their work at AAF, and to grow them as professionals, leaders and mentors. AAF’s WON develops creative ways to help women succeed in finding that magic balance between home life, family, and career.

Evidence of Success

  • Overall female leadership is currently 48% at AAFCPAs, up from 25% in 2011