Work with Wilson-Taylor Associates to engage key audiences through stories and statistics.
We collaborate with companies and associations on:
- Original research projects that make you the go-to source for data and insights
- Web content, blog posts and social media content that fuel meaningful conversations
- White papers, articles and reports that build and expand your expertise
- Communication and media training so that you can confidently navigate media interviews and win media coverage based on your expertise and experience
Our signature product: The MOVE Project – a unique research model that helps employers understand how well they are doing in terms of advancing women and how they can do better.
- Since 2010, the Accounting MOVE Project has set and raised the bar for CPA firms
- MOVE Projects have also catalyzed change for the cable television and transportation industries and for the Fortune 500
Check out the latest Wilson-Taylor projects and media coverage.
- Just released! The Accounting MOVE Report 2015, “Lightbulb Moments that Show the Way: Insight into Action.”
- Just released! The 2015 Best CPA Firms for Women & Best CPA Firms for Equity Leadership lists.
- Read more about MOVE and how it has become the industry standard for advancing women in public accounting. MOVE recognizes programs and firm cultures that actually work…like Forum W at Moss Adams, as showcased in this profile of Star Fischer that ran in the Nov. 20, 2014 edition of the Wall St. Journal.
Some of your best career advice might come from your mom! Wilson-Taylor president Joanne Cleaver was in good company in this Wall St. Journal article (WSJ 5-6-15 Mentor Moms ) that profiles, among others, Christina Flynn, president of the American Women’s Society of CPAs, which partners with Wilson-Taylor to produce the Accounting MOVE Project. Here’s the scoop on what the MOVE Project is all about – and how it can transform your industry for women.
Career lattices are poised to propel the materials handling, logistics and transportation industries to win and keep the talent they need to grow. Here are key handouts from Joanne Cleaver’s October 2014 panel presentation at the annual conference of the Materials Handling Institute.