Former AICPA Chair Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, global executive director of finance thought leadership for Oracle, has joined the Business Learning Institute to offer a variety of courses on the intersection of emerging technologies and the future of work and finance.
Among her BLI course titles are:
- Are We There Yet? Why Not?
- Fingers Crossed Is Not A Path To Double-Digit Revenue Growth
- Getting Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable
- Inclusive Leadership: Does It Really Work?
- Leading From The Middle
- Why Standing Still Is Not An Option
- Will SkyNet Become Self-Aware?
“Her depth of knowledge is nearly unequaled, and her devotion to teaching and lifelong learning will help BLI clients master the skills they’ll need to succeed in a changing and complex world,” says Tom Hood, president and CEO of the Business Learning Institute and the Maryland Association of CPAs. “The skills she brings to the Business Learning Institute are exactly what we need to help our profession become more future-ready.”
It’s a homecoming of sorts for Ellison-Taylor, who was born and raised in Baltimore and served as chair of the Maryland Association of CPAs’ board of directors during the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
Ellison-Taylor’s career achievements include leadership roles at Oracle, Motorola, KPMG, Prince George’s County Government and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. She has received numerous awards and recognitions for her leadership in the profession and serves as a member of the AICPA Assurance Services Executive Committee and as vice chair for the AICPA’s National Commission for Diversity and Inclusion.