Member stories > Future Thinkers
CPA Australia’s Future Thinkers series tells the remarkable stories of members shifting the dial in business, the community and society.
For visionary accountant Shelley Cable, knocking down the barriers to financial literacy is the key to long-term social change.
For Anne La Fontaine FCPA, accounting isn’t just about profits and revenues – it’s also about ushering organisations through the seismic technological changes that are rewriting business.
Robyn Jacobson FCPA was just a teenager when she stumbled on her future path, now she’s demystifying the complex world of Australian tax for businesses and individuals.
Discover why Steve Rossingh, a Kamilaroi man from Northern New South Wales, made the decision to study accounting and how it allowed him to contribute toward a once-in-a-generation change.
To take a closer look at how accountants are disrupting and innovating, James Young discusses his early studies and how he turned his passion for business into a successful accounting career.
To celebrate National Volunteering week, Emma Young ASA reveals the ways in which her skills as an accountant and passion for volunteering has helped steer fast-growing not-for-profit Orange Sky.
To deep dive into the changing face of accounting, Jacquetta Griggs FCPA discusses the importance of professional development in helping the industry stay ahead of the curve.
Discover why Peter Johnson FCPA believes accountants need to break new ground as a result of the growth of self-managed super funds.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, Paul Ho FCPA charts the growth of the Greater Bay Area scheme and what this ultimately means for the future of accounting.
The Future Thinkers series can be found across Qantas Domestic wi-fi enabled flights and across My QView in Qantas Club and Business Lounges nationally.
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