Kacee Johnson

With 10 years of hyper-focused experience in accounting technology, Kacee Johnson has forged the way for numerous cloud providers in global market penetration. She is a strategic consultant and speaker on topics including business development, marketing, sales and cloud solutions at Accounting, Business, Legal and Technology conferences globally.

As the Founder of Blue Ocean Principles, a company that assists vendors in strategic market penetration to the accounting profession, Kacee works with both enterprise and start-up tech companies to help them better understand the accounting space, create pragmatic strategies for growth initiatives, and foster community engagement.

 

In 2018 Kacee joined the CPA.com team (an AICPA corporation) as Strategic Advisor to the Executive team where she works collaboratively with the vendor and thought-leader community. She also helps to develop thought leadership content for mass distribution, and organizes key high-level events for C-suite leaders.

Kacee has been awarded the CPA Practice Advisor Magazines Top 40 Under 40 award since 2012 with designation under the Top 20 Under 40 Superstar Professionals in 2016 and 2017. She has been a member of the distinguished Top 25 Thought Leaders Symposium group since 2017, and is listed among the Most Powerful Women in Accounting. 

Kacee is a member of the Information Technology Alliance (ITA) and the American Marketing Association (AMA). She lives in sunny Southern California with her husband and daughter, where she is active in cleaning up the beaches, mentoring young professionals, and advocating for women in business and technology leadership roles.

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