Dear Accountant

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Cecilia “Cece” Leung is the founding partner of The Entrepreneur CFO, a global professional advisory firm helping growing companies with strategic decision making as they become financially and operationally ready for their next big thing. She has two decades of international financial services experience in New York, London, Switzerland, Hong Kong and China, Cece has worked with prominent firms including JP Morgan, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Ernst & Young, offering the best in-class solutions to Fortune 500 and growing companies worldwide.

Cece is the author of the book Dear Accountant: Stories, Advice and Explorations, which offers up-and-coming professionals valuable insights and perspectives about the many career paths and opportunities under the accounting and finance umbrella.

In this episode we talk about Cece’s path from an entry level accountant to a business owner and published author! Cece is passionate about mentoring college students and helping them navigate their career journey, especially as it relates to the accounting industry.

Her dedication to being a mentor is what led her to write Dear Accountant. If you know someone who is interested in the diverse field of accounting, this episode is for you!

Personal Website: http://www.ceceleung.com

Book Website: http://www.dearaccountantbook.com

The Entrepreneur CFO website: http://www.ecfopro.com

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ceceleung/

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About Ryan Sterling

My name is Ryan Sterling, founder of Future You Wealth. I am a holistic wealth coach, speaker, and published author of “You’re Making Other People Rich”.  Over the past few years, I have been featured in Business Insider, CNN Money, and HuffPost, discussing my knowledge of building wealth. As a financial advisor, I challenge and inspire people to get real about their life, make change, and define what wealth truly means. 

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