IPA members recognised for their achievements at Women in Finance Awards
Natasha Janssens and her company Women with Cents, topped the community award at this year’s Women in Finance Awards, while Cheryl Mallett was recognised for her commitment to the broader Darwin region.
The Institute of Public Accountants’ (IPA) member Natasha Janssens and her company, Women with Cents, have been awarded the Women’s Community Program of the Year at this year’s Women in Finance Awards, while IPA member and director Cheryl Mallett of Vita Gustafson & Associates, was named Regional Professional of the Year.
These awards presented by Momentum Media in association with principal partner AMP Bank recognise the work of women in the financial and professional services industries.
The IPA has praised its members for their outstanding achievements.
“The IPA is very proud of Natasha’s achievements,” said IPA chief executive officer, Andrew Conway. “It is great to have such awards recognising the significant contribution that our members make within our profession.
“The Women’s Community Program of the Year award recognises Natasha’s community spirit and passion for diversity, where she has helped to extend women’s representation within the profession.
“As founder of Women with Cents and Sova Financial, Natasha has proven her commitment to the profession and we are delighted to have her as an IPA member,” said Mr Conway.
IPA board president, Damien Moore, also praised Ms Mallett and her commitment to her clients and the broader Darwin and surrounding community.
“Cheryl’s commitment to excellence as a member and her valuable contribution to the IPA board is very much appreciated,” said Mr Moore.
“It is great to have such awards recognising the significant contribution that women make within our profession."
The Women in Finance Awards present an opportunity for the leading women in financial services to accelerate their business growth, reach more clients and propel their career, on top of giving them the recognition they deserve.