Linda Doubrava, a federal tax partner in KPMG’s San Antonio office, will be the La Quinta Keynote Speaker during the 32nd annual Business Week Nov. 6-8 in the Bill Greehey School of Business.

Business Week provides undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to interact with business leaders, through the keynote speaker series and the participation of local business leaders in the Professor-For-A-Day Program. In addition, the Greehey School this year will honor the memory of Brother Paul Goelz, former business school dean and the founder of Business Week.

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 9:45 a.m., Doubrava will deliver the La Quinta Keynote in the atrium of the Albert B. Alkek Building. Students and faculty are invited and encouraged to attend.

About the speaker:

Doubrava joined the firm in 1984 and worked for six years in the Albuquerque office transferring to KPMG’s El Paso office in 1990.  Prior to her transfer to the San Antonio office, she was the office managing partner of the El Paso office.  She has over 22 years of serving C-Corporation, S-Corporation and partnership clients in all lines of business including wholesale distributors, retailers and closely held companies.

She has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from New Mexico State University where she graduated with honors.  She is a member of the Texas Society of Public Accountants and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Financial Executives International and is certified to practice in Texas and New Mexico.

Doubrava is the 2004 Distinguished Alumni for the New Mexico State University School of Business, and was also awarded the 2004 Financial Executive of the Year Award from the Institute of Management Accountants for the IMA’s Texas Council. She was recently selected for the 2007 San Antonio Business Journal’s Women’s Leadership Inspiration Award. She is currently on the board of directors for Junior Achievement of El Paso, the NMSU Business Advisory Board, El Paso’s Paso Del Norte Group, the San Antonio Symphony Executive Board and the Advisory Council of Executives for St. Mary’s University.

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