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Membership Meeting - Apr 26
Thursday, April 26, 2012 at 11:30 AM (CDT)
New Orleans, LA
ASWA Members: $33
Key Speaker:Cynthia Traina Donnes
Topic: You Can’t Just “SET IT” and “FORGET IT”: Clarifying Fiduciary Responsibilities for Retirement Plans
Thursday April 26, 2012
Program Begins at NOON
Registration Begins at 11:30AM
Option 1. Pan Roasted Chicken Breast served with Pecan Popcorn rice, orange glazed carrots and garlic bordelaise
Option 2. Herb and garlic marinated Pork Loin served with candied sweet potato mash and a saute of fresh seasonal veges with creamy creole mustard sauce
City Park Salad - crisp romaine, applewood smoked bacon and Stilton blue cheese tossed in creamy vinaigrette with green apples
Dessert is Creme Brulee
Parking is free near the restaurant
1 CPE credit will be available
RSVP online through eventbrite OR by contacting Leslie Armstrong firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to pay with cash or a check, just choose the pay at the door option
Advisor with Compass Capital Management and Securian Financial Services holding a FINRA Series 7 Registration along with maintaining Life, Health & Accident, Variable Life & Annuity Licenses. She has been an Arbitrator for FINRA since 1997, a Mediator, registered with the Louisiana State Bar Association and an active member of the American Bar Association. Formerly was a trustee for the United States Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Louisiana and currently teaches Bankruptcy Procedures at Tulane University after spending 22 years teaching at the University of New Orleans. She is the President of Friends of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), the non-profit organization for CASA-Jefferson and a volunteer Advocate for the program. She provides investments seminars for clients and continuing education classes for professionals.
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American Society of Women Accountants New Orleans Chapter
ASWA is a professional not-for-profit organization founded in 1938 in Indianapolis to increase the opportunities for women in all fields of accounting. The New Orleans chapter was sponsored by the Atlanta chapter in 1958 and began with 21 members, 10 of whom were Certified Public Accountants. Today we have about 100 members who meet once a month, usually on the fourth Wednesday, at various restaurants in the area. Special monthly meetings include Student Activities, Public Relations, a Christmas luncheon each December, a joint meeting with the Association of Governmental Accountants, an annual membership drive and wine tasting, and an Officer Installation luncheon in June. In the past, the chapter has served the New Orleans community by volunteering at Celebration in the Oaks, the WYES Showboat Auction, the AARP Tax Aide program, the Red Cross Humanitarian Ball, and by supporting Dress for Success, an international organization that provides business attire to women for job interviews.