CPA here but stopped practicing a long time ago. Too boring. I became a specialist in International Mergers and Acquisitions. Bought over 120 companies and sold 30 for my former employer. Also ran all ops outside US and Canada. Spent many years travelling through Latin/South America, Australia, Africa, Europe and Asia (principally India and China.)Then sold the whole company (to escape a hostile takeover) which by then had sales over $4 billion. Finally bought one for myself and my partner and just getting ready to sell it. You would know the name if you know anything about performance cars and racing.
My suggestion to you, if you want to go beyond accounting, would be a minor in finance/economics as that is a universal tool helpful in any country. Plus it’s a lot more fun than merely putting numbers in the right colums. Every decision has a financial impact and if you can’t analyze, you will be flying blind. I would also suggest taking a language. I had a basic understanding of Spanish which I tweaked by living in Argentina running a manufacturing plant for a year. That one language has allowed me to also become fluent in Italian and Portugese with almost no concerted effort. Chinese is also an important language for the 21st century but is very complicated with 120 or so dialects. Plus, the Chinese, at least the business types, pretty much all speak English now.
Find a niche you enjoy and success will naturally follow you. Good luck.