Female accountant wins ICAEW accolade
First ever winner of institute’s Outstanding Achievement award
Graham, OBE, a business consultant and former Accountancy Age
columnist, has been awarded the
2007 Outstanding Achievement award, making her the first female CA to be
given the award in its 28-year history.
The award is in recognition of her contribution to the small and medium-sized
sector, to better regulation and to the accountancy profession.
Graham qualified as a chartered accountant with Price Waterhouse in 1980,
having graduated from Newcastle University. She became a partner in Baker Tilly
in 1989 and now works as an independent consultant to the firm.
She will receive her award at the institute’s annual dinner at
Chartered Accountants’ Hall on 6 March.