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IMA extends the thought leadership and expertise of its volunteer leaders through a recurring print and video blog featured on Forbes.com. “CFO Insights,” offers CFOs and their team insights and ideas related to challenges of the position, in light of market demands and global economic conditions.
In this recurring series, IMA President and CEO Jeff Thomson, CMA, interviews some of IMA’s senior volunteer leaders to share views on issues facing the profession. Check back often for new videos and Q&As.
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How CFOs Can Bridge the Accounting Skills Gap
December 07, 2012
Jeff Thomson, CMA president and CEO of IMA sat down with Sandra B. Richtermeyer, Ph.D., CMA, CPA and IMA Chair-Emeritus for the 2011 – 2012 fiscal year, to talk management accounting. In her day job, Sandra is chair of the Department of Accountancy in the Williams College of Business at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Here’s what she had to say...Forbes.com
Sandra B. Richtermeyer, Ph.D., CMA, CPA is professor and chair of the Department of Accountancy in the Williams College of Business at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her teaching interests are in the areas of corporate governance, accounting information systems and managerial, governmental and nonprofit accounting. Her research interests include corporate governance, technology enablement and enterprise systems, nonprofit accounting, and professional issues for accountants. She works actively with a variety of professional organizations and is a frequent speaker for professional development programs on financial leadership, technology integration, and performance measurement. She has authored many articles in academic and practitioner publications.
In addition to her role as IMA Chair-Emeritus and Chair of IMA's Volunteer Leadership Committee, Dr. Richtermeyer has held several other volunteer roles with IMA. She served as chair of External and Member Relations Committee (2007-2008), chair of the IMA Foundation for Applied Research (2004-2006), Professor-in-Residence (2004-2007), and chair for the National Committee on Students (2002-2004). She was also president of the Denver-Centennial Chapter from 2000-2001 and held several IMA leadership positions at the Chapter and Council level from 1995-2000. Dr. Richtermeyer has also served on the boards of many nonprofit organizations and technology groups, including the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance Advisory Board and current service on the Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting.
Dr. Richtermeyer received her Ph.D., MBA, and M.S. degrees from the University of Colorado and her B.S. from the University of Wyoming.