Sandra Johnson, president of Sandra G. Johnson, CPA, P.C., has used the quieter summer months to keep active in CPA associations and to share her knowledge and success with other accountants.
Sandy recently participated in the National Conference of CPA Practitioners Summer Conference which was held in Philadelphia. The conference included educational programs on accounting and tax issues. Sandy was a featured speaker, giving a presentation on marketing and growing a CPA practice. Sandy took her audience through the steps of setting goals, identifying markets and competition, and tracking performance. Sandy gave particular emphasis to use of the internet and social network sites. Although the audience in this case were accountants, the presentation topic is relevant to any small business.
Sandy will again be taking the podium to give her presentation at the New York City Chapter of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners on August 18th in New York City.
Sandy’s participation in these conferences reflects her commitment to her profession as well as her enthusiasm for small businesses.
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