ASWA


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AcronymDefinition
ASWAAmerican Society of Women Accountants
ASWAAnglican Society for the Welfare of Animals (UK)
ASWAAustralian Severe Weather Association (est. 1998)
ASWAAgencies for South West Accommodation (Australia)
ASWAAlgemene Stichting Welzijn Appingedam (Dutch: Appingedam General Welfare Foundation; Netherlands)
ASWAAbnormal Slow Wave Activity (human brain health)
ASWAAnthropological Society of Western Australia
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The Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting (EFWA) is the successor scholarship organization originally established by the AWSCPA and then operated in partnership by the AWSCPA and ASWA, with a particular focus on women in transition or returning to school.
A national professional body with state affiliates was one model proposed that would enable state bodies such as ASWA to continue to operate under their own constitutions and rules.
Smith is a founding member of the local chapter of ASWA (1978) and in March of 2009 was inducted into YWCA Northwest Women's Hall of Fame.
ASWA will run the Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition and the Virginia Wine Festival, two of the most visible programs sponsored by the VWGA.
Winners who are in attendance at the conference will receive their award today at the 2012 ASWA Excellence in Accounting & Finance Awards Luncheon.
The ASWA represents professional women in accounting and finance and provides an opportunity for networking and continuing professional education (CPE) with peers at the local, regional and national level.
The publication has partnered with ASWA to present the first annual "20 Most Powerful Women in Accounting" awards to women who are emerging as the profession's next generation of leaders.
the current ASWA project, is scheduled to start in October 2017, with a six month inception phase,
Support for the study, sponsored by ASWA and AWSCPA, was provided by BDO and Moss Adams.