Rehmann CEO Stacie Kwaiser Recognized as a 2024 Powerful Woman in Accounting

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and CPA Practice Advisor have recognized 25 leaders in the accounting profession, including Rehmann CEO Stacie Kwaiser, with the 2024 Most Powerful Women in Accounting Award.
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Stacie Kwaiser // Photo courtesy of Rehmann

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and CPA Practice Advisor have recognized 25 leaders in the accounting profession, including Rehmann CEO Stacie Kwaiser, with the 2024 Most Powerful Women in Accounting Award.

The award, now in its 12th year, was created by CPA Practice Advisor and is jointly administered with the AICPA to promote and support the success of women leaders.

“While I may have received and accepted the award, it’s truly a reflection of the collective effort of our firm and its associates.” says Kwaiser. “Congratulations to all of the women recognized.”

Honoring women leaders is part of the AICPA’s broader diversity and inclusion mission, which is ably supported by the volunteers who serve on its Women’s Initiatives Executive Committee.

“Each year, we have the opportunity to recognize women who are making the accounting profession a better place for all of us,” says Gail Perry, editor-in-chief of CPA Practice Advisor. “This year’s nominees continue to carry this torch of excellence. CPA Practice Advisor is proud to partner with the AICPA to present the Most Powerful Women in Accounting awards.”

Nominated by their peers and selected by a group of independent judges, the women personify leadership, inclusivity, and going above and beyond for the accounting profession. Although some global leaders have appeared on the list, it is largely focused on the U.S. market.

For a full list of this year’s winners, visit here.

The Most Powerful Women in Accounting were announced at AICPA & CIMA Engage in Las Vegas, one of the largest events devoted to accounting and finance in North America.