Delores McKinley honored as a Prominent Black Professional in Business
Written by Earlene Striggles Horne
Delores Y. McKinley, 2010-14 international treasurer of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., was named one of Broward County’s 25 Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Leadership for 2014 by Legacy magazine. She is a member of the Zeta Rho O-mega Chapter of the Sorority in Fort Lauderdale.
A certified public accountant, McKinley has worked in the profession for more than 37 years. She recently retired as manager of Internal Funds for the Office of the Chief Auditor for the Broward County School Board and previously worked as an auditor for the City of Miami and the U.S. Government Accounting Office.
McKinley has published articles about finances and accounting, and she has presented financial courses to AKA and other community organizations. Showcasing her financial acumen in a broader arena, McKinley was featured in Black Enterprise Magazine, and she appeared as an expert financial analyst on the televised Black Enterprise Business Report Program in June 2007.
McKinley is a member of two investment clubs, including the $I$ters Investing Seriously Investment Club and the Female Investment Group. A member of the Links, Inc., North Broward chapter and she is on the Inaugural Board of Directors for the Carlton B. Moore Freedom Foundation, Inc. In her spare time, she enjoys membership in the Red Hat Society.
McKinley will be featured in Legacy magazine’s women’s issue, which will be published on Aug. 22, 2014 and included in the Sun Sentinel.