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Middleburg’s Staten becomes president of AFWA

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Posted 7/13/23

LEXINGTON, Ken. – Middleburg’s Grace Staten, FSCP has been selected as the national President of the 2023-24 Board of Directors of the Accounting and Financial Women’s Alliance.

“AFWA is …

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Middleburg’s Staten becomes president of AFWA


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LEXINGTON, Ken. – Middleburg’s Grace Staten, FSCP has been selected as the national President of the 2023-24 Board of Directors of the Accounting and Financial Women’s Alliance.

“AFWA is such a unique organization serving women both professionally and personally. I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to be a part of its leadership,” said AFWA Executive Director Cindy Stanley.

An AFWA member since 2014, Staten has served on the board of directors in local chapters in California and Florida. She served as a AFWA’s national Director, Secretary, Vice President and now President.

Staten is also the Membership Chair for National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors- Florida, Publicity Chair of American Business Women’s Association- Orange Park Charter Chapter, and a member of Women in Insurance and Financial Services.

The Accounting and Financial Women’s Alliance held the installation for the 2023-2024 National Board of Directors and Foundation of AFWA Board of Directors at the annual board meeting and dinner held at the Newport Aquarium in Newport Kentucky on June 7.

“The new AFWA Board of Directors and Foundation of AFWA Board of Directors represent a unique and diversified group of influential women who are leaders in their profession and community,” Stanley said.