Deepa Bhat Featured in IPA Newsletter on Women Leadership

Campbell, CA (May 7, 2024) – Deepa Bhat, CPA, CFE, ACA, Managing Principal at Abbott, Stringham & Lynch (ASL), was featured in Inside Public Accounting’s May 2024 issue, on the topic of “Flexibility Fuels Success for Firms with Majority of Women Partners.” The article highlights the benefits and culture of a firm that helps pave the way for more women in leadership roles.

The number of women in leadership positions grew organically from a culture of flexibility, inclusiveness and kindness, Bhat said, who is the third woman in the managing principal role at ASL.

ASL was named to the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance 2023 Best CPA Firms for Equity Leadership list, in addition to the 2023 Best CPA Firms for Women list based on the Accounting MOVE Project. The Firm provides professional support across all levels, crafting a roadmap that shows how to encourage participation and bolster career trajectories for women and diverse talent.

Continue reading the Inside Public Accounting article, Flexibility Fuels Success for Firms with Majority of Women Partners.

IPA Newsletter, Featuring Deepa Bhat

About Abbott, Stringham & Lynch (ASL)

Founded in 1977, ASL offers a wealth of experience in delivering high-quality services and specialties to its clients. The Firm works with emerging- and middle-market privately held businesses to help them thrive in their markets. It also partners with high-net-worth individuals – owners, founders, and executives – to help them protect and grow their wealth. ASL identifies untapped opportunities, challenges, and solutions, enabling clients to make the effective and timely decisions today that lead to a fuller and more secure tomorrow.

Designed to facilitate quality decisions, ASL’s services cover corporate tax planning and compliance, assurance and accounting, estate and gift tax planning, litigation support, succession planning and valuation. The Firm’s services are contextualized by its specialties in real estate, construction, technology, family wealth and individual tax, emerging businesses, manufacturing and distribution, nonprofit organizations, renewable energy, and recreation and entertainment.