Elizabeth Harriger – 2019 Women of Influence

women of influenceWe are so excited to announce that McKonly & Asbury Partner & Director of Affordable Housing Services and WHF-PA Member, Elizabeth Harriger, was named one of the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2019 Women of Influence! The Women of Influence Awards honor established business leaders with proven track records of community service and business accomplishments.

The outstanding women on this list influence others through their personal successes and achievements. Along with being a Partner at McKonly & Asbury, Elizabeth is Director of Affordable Housing Services, with over 20 years of extensive audit, tax, and consulting experience in the affordable housing industry. She leads the firm’s affordable housing team in tax and consulting and provides technical review and consultation for affordable housing audits. Elizabeth also provides low-income housing tax credit training to clients and other organizations. Active in the community, she is a Budget and Finance Committee member of the Helen O. Krause Animal Foundation, Inc., board member of the Cumberland County Affordable Housing Trust Fund, and volunteers with many other community organizations and her church.

McKonly & Asbury understands the importance of being a business that is focused on empowering women, and our firm’s core values and innovative culture are mirrored to facilitate this.

Please join us in congratulating Elizabeth on this great achievement!

Content and photos shared from McKonly & Asbury.

See more pictures from the event HERE.

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