Wylie’s leadership, service, and commitment to the accounting profession have led to the Illinois CPA Society and the City of Chicago declaring Sunday, September 30, Mary T. Washington Wylie Day.
While the term CPA may be foreign or misunderstood by many because their services may not be leveraged by everyday people – especially people of color who haven’t had exposure to public accountants — Wylie’s legacy inspires another generation of CPAs to go beyond the workplace and make a difference in communities around the world. CPA’s are the trusted business and financial advisers for many companies ranging in size from small mom and pop shops to multi-billion dollar Fortune 500. Not only do CPA’s have the financial knowledge needed to help companies understand their cash flow, they also play a significant role in helping communities reach their economic potential.
Client: First Black Woman CPA Feature
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