NAPA, CALIFORNIA: July 28, 2014 – Jeanette Tan and Mary Burklow will lead the Napa|Sonoma Women for WineSense Finance/Accounting Roundtable II meeting on discussion of winery accounting methods, on Thursday, August 14, 2014, starting at noon at Coughlan Napa CPA Company in downtown Napa. Lunch at a nearby restaurant after the meeting is optional for attendees.
This Women for WineSense (WWS) Roundtable Discussion is open to any finance/accounting professional who wishes to attend. Bring friends and colleagues. Exchange business cards with other colleagues in the wine and hospitality industries and in local area businesses. Jeannette Tan is a financial consultant to wineries, currently working as an accountant at Kokomo Winery. Mary Burklow is a business analyst specializing in winery financials and analysis.
WWS’ seven current roundtables serve to provide a safe and confidential environment to meet in small peer groups on a bi-monthly or quarterly basis. According to WWS’ Professional Development Director Susan Kornblatt Idell, “Our members network, provide advice and support for one another, as well as foster educational occasions by inviting guest speakers in their fields and discussing ‘hot issues’ facing members in their day-to-day work.” She added, “Multiple Roundtables have developed for our members in finance, accounting and human resources fields in the wine industry. We also have roundtables in winemaking, marketing and direct-to-consumer fields. We also have a new roundtable in development on wine education.”
For further information, and to reserve your space for the August 14th roundtable, please contact roundtable chair, Constance Coughlan, via email: [email protected] or phone: 707-255-0677. Coughlan Napa CPA Company is located at 1250 Main Street, Suite 290, Napa, CA.
Women for WineSense is a not-for-profit organization 501(c)6 formed in 1990 to help promote women working in the wine industry. WWS serves to help its members advance their careers in the wine industry by providing educational events, as well as aid wine enthusiasts in developing their wine knowledge. The Napa/Sonoma Chapter currently has more than 300 members of which 80% are professionals in the wine industry. To join or learn more about WWS’ roundtables, contact Susan Kornblatt Idell at [email protected], and for membership, please contact Ellen Reich Luchtel at [email protected] or visit the WWS chapter’s website: WWSNapaSonoma.com.