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AFWA announces Gleim Publications as newest honorary trustee

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By Danielle Lee
February 4, 2014

The Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance announced its newest honorary trustee, Gleim Publications, which develops and distributes study and reference materials for higher-level learning in accounting and aviation.

Gleim founder Irvin Gleim, PhD, CIA, CMA, CFM, CPA, CFII,  has self-published the most widely used CPA, CIA, EA and CMA Review Systems and five Exam Question and Explanation study aids geared to college accounting students. Gleim Publications also offers CPE credit.

Through its honorary trustee partnership, Gleim Publications will support the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance and its members by offering five review course scholarships for the CIA, CMA and EA exams each year, along with product discounts and a webinar to members, and content for the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance e-newsletter, Accountability.

“The team and I at Gleim Publications are looking forward to working with the Accounting & Financial Women's Alliance this year,” said Dr. Gleim in a statement. “Educating and helping accounting professionals succeed is the mission of Gleim, and through our partnership with AFWA, we will be able to further this effort by supporting AFWA's membership and expanding the profession.”

“The Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance Honorary Trustees are a key element of our organization’s depth and strength,” stated AFWA national president Catherine A. Mulder. “We look forward to working with Gleim Publications along with our other Honorary Trustees to help lead our organization, industry, and accounting and finance professionals into the future.”

Gleim Publications joins existing Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance Honorary Trustees Accountemps and Robert Half Finance & Accounting; Ledgent; MassMutual; Wiley CPAexcel; and Xero.

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