75 Years Ago, She Became the First African American Female CPA

Seventy-five years ago, Mary T. Washington Wylie (1906 – 2005), became the first African-American, female certified public accountant (CPA) in the nation. In doing so, she became a visionary, trailblazer and mentor, inspiring other young African-American CPAs and paving the way for generations to come. To honor the 75th anniversary of her becoming a CPA, […]

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@Life in the Philippines (Filipino Culture, Families, and Romance)

I am still in awe at the fact that the Philippines is made up of almost 8,000 islands, each of which contributes to the diversity of Filipino culture. If that weren’t enough, there are about 180 different languages spoken throughout the country. Fortunately for us ex-patriots, English is one of the official languages, which makes […]

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