The door to the proverbial "Boys Club" may have been cracked ajar, but there's still some heavy pushing to do to get it wide open -- particularly for women of color.That was the overwhelming consensus of Women of Color in Accounting, a recent study conducted by Catalyst, a New York-based think tank dedicated to expanding opportunities for women and business.

The survey, which polled the experiences of African-American, Asian and Latina women in accounting firms, found that the respondents cited lack of similar role models, stereotyping, few high-visibility projects, and inadequate professional development opportunities as some of the major challenges faced by women of color.

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