Principal and Chief Growth Strategist | Sobel & Co.
Sally Glick is a Principal of the Firm and the Chief Growth Strategist at Sobel & Co. In that role she is responsible for the development and implementation of the firm’s branding, marketing communications and business development strategies.
A leader in her field, Glick was named Accounting Marketer of the Year for 2003, was listed on Accounting Today’s list of Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting for 2004, 2005 and 2006, had the honor of being the first non-CPA woman to appear on the cover of Practical Accountant, and in 2007 was inducted into the Association for Accounting Marketing’s Hall of Fame. She was also included on the CPA Practice Advisor’s 2014 and 2015 Lists of Most Powerful Women in Accounting.
Sally was honored by NJBIZ in 2016 with their Lifetime Achievement Award, one of the most prestigious recognitions of her career. In 2008 she was selected as one of NJBIZ’s “Top 50 Women in Business” and in 2010 she was named as the Garden State Foundation’s Woman of the Year – Professional Services category. In 2011 she was honored as a Woman of Distinction by the Boy Scouts for Northern New Jersey. The YWCA of Essex and West Hudson also named her a woman of distinction. Sally was honored by Tri-County Scholarship Fund in March and was the Legacy Award Honoree for Friendship and Community Leadership at the 2014 Gala presented by the William Paterson University Foundation. In May 2014 she was Co-Chair of the Garden State Go Red for Women annual fund-raising luncheon and served as the chair of the Tri-County Scholarship Fund annual luncheon in March 2015 where she was previously honored as a leader in the community.
Sally serves on local and national boards including being the President of the NJ chapter of the Association of Corporate Growth. She is a member of the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship Board of Advisors and is a board member for Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey. She serves on the Morris County Chamber of Commerce Members’ Council and their nonprofit committee where she co-chairs their annual nonprofit conference. She is on the board and executive committee of the Center for Nonprofits and serves as the chair of the Fairleigh Dickinson Center of Excellence Advisory Board and co-chair of the FDU annual Women in Nonprofit Leadership conference as well as assuming responsibility as an instructor within their NFP Center for Excellence certificate program.
Sally Glick earned her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she was given the Alumni Merit Award in 2008, and her MBA from The Lake Forest Graduate School of Business Management in Lake Forest, Illinois.