Prince William County Business Leader, Tabatha Turman, Named One of DC Magazine’s Dynamic Women of 2014

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November 3, 2014 (Woodbridge, VA) – Prince William County resident and business leader, Tabatha Turman, Founder & CEO of Integrated Finance & Accounting Solutions (IFAS), an award winning accounting and management consulting firm, has been named one of DC Magazine’s annual Dynamic Women of 2014. The full article can be viewed here:{“page”:110,”issue_id”:230308}.

tabatha turman ifasTurman was chosen based on her entrepreneurial success story and philanthropic support of the regional and national community. With over 20 years of experience as an Army Finance Officer and consultant in the areas of military accounting and financial management, Turman has grown IFAS from a one-woman consulting firm to a highly regarded, employee oriented, multi-million dollar firm.  Under Turman’s leadership, IFAS has rapidly become a recognized name that federal agencies and industry leaders have grown to trust to solve the toughest problems providing the best solutions.  She sets the strategic direction of the company and has led and supported numerous clients in a variety of consulting roles, including projects to develop plans for implementing strategies, automating and improving processes, and measuring performance. She is an accomplished executive with a proven record of successful leadership and management experience encompassing strategic and operational planning, finance, personnel management, training, and program management. Turman has been instrumental in creating value, significantly improving revenues, and enhancing return on investment at IFAS.

“I am delighted and humbled to be included in this year’s group of Dynamic Women,” says Turman. “My goal has always been to support and empower young women to become successful in business and involved in the development of their communities.

Based in Woodbridge, VA, Turman is a strong believer in giving back to her community and demonstrates this by donating time and resources to several causes such as Acts, Brown Santa, Toys for Tots, Back to School Drives, Vaughn Elementary Young Ladies of Distinction mentoring program, Blue Star Moms, and several others. Currently Mrs. Turman serves as the President of the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. In this capacity she serves as the primary spokesperson for the 250 member organization and participates in the development and evaluation of strategic and operating plans that conform to the overall mission of giving back to the community.


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