Women’s History Month – Day 12

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Tricia Mulcare

Tricia Mulcare and I met when I initially joined ProWIN. She was the incoming president. I wasn’t all that thrilled because the outgoing president, Linda Collett had convinced me to join after a couple of years of prodding (urging LOL). I was excited to be a new member, but sad that Linda was no longer the leader.

However, all of that trepidation disappeared the moment I met Tricia. Her quiet confidence and determination to continue the high caliber of leadership for ProWIN flowed through her every word and action. I was immediately comforted to know that I was in great hands and that I had made the right decision to join the organization.

Tricia went on to serve two terms and I’m proud to say that she was my president.

Tricia Mulcare has been an active member of ProWIN for the last 18 months. Eager to become more involved, she joined the New Member committee and has hosted several new member orientation breakfasts.

Tricia joined Homrich Berg in 2003 after spending four years with Ernst & Young. While at E&Y, in addition to becoming a CPA, Tricia led teams within the federal tax consulting group to determine research and development tax credits for major corporations throughout the Southeast.

Originally from New Jersey, Tricia earned the Girl Scout Gold Award (equivalent to the Eagle Scout) before attending Indiana University. While in Bloomington, in addition to earning her bachelor’s and master’s degree in accounting, she became an avid college basketball fan.

Tricia serves as HB’s divorce specialist and has appeared on the Vision Anew radio show “Divorce Resource.” In addition to writing multiple articles for Atlanta Woman magazine, Tricia has given a “Financial Planning 101” presentation to various groups including the Alpha Kappa Psi regional and national conferences and fall symposium of the Cherokee Dental Hygienists’ Society, a component of the Georgia Dental Hygienists’ Association. Tricia continues to serve on the Advisory Board for Visions Anew, a local non-profit that empowers divorcing women to successfully create and achieve a new vision for their lives.

Tricia graduated from the Georgia Society of CPAs Leadership Academy in 2007, has served as the Treasurer for the Atlanta Chapter of the I.U. Alumni Association since 2000 and is an active member of the Marietta Chapter of P.E.O., a philanthropic education organization. Since 2002, Tricia has participated in the annual Breast Cancer multi-day walks and volunteers with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Greater Atlanta chapter. Tricia, her husband Nicholas and daughter Gianna are active members of the Holy Spirit Catholic Church community in Sandy Springs and enjoy following the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves.

Learn more about Tricia www.HomrichBerg.com

Women’s History Trivia

Who Am I-Day 12

I wrote the first American novel to sell more than one million copies.

answer at the bottom of the post

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Thank you for nominating women who have been inspirational in your life. Below are the names that have been submitted for today: (we will include the pictures where we can)


Linda Zuk is a business woman, a fab networker and lately Grandmama to 3 (and counting?) little ones. She’s unabashedly proud of the grands and I don’t blame her at all. Enjoy God’s sweet gifts.

Women’s History Trivia Answer: Susan Warner: Check out HERstory

If you have a woman you would like to nominate, do so in the comments below and let her know!



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