As new incoming Co-Presidents, we are committed to leading the Chapter to a successful year. We will work closely with the new Board of Governors to meet the Chapter’s goals: (1) serve the …
As new incoming Co-Presidents, we are committed to leading the Chapter to a successful year. We will work closely with the new Board of Governors to meet the Chapter’s goals: (1) serve the membership and (2) promote the profession of internal audit.
Below are two key focus areas for the 2008-2009 Chapter year:
Program of Seminars:
Continue to offer a diverse and innovative program of seminars to begin in September 2008. Stay tuned for additional Chapter offerings such as:
• CIA Exam Prep Courses
• Bring-A-Friend Campaign
• Acteva (Online Payment & Registration System)
Promote the profession of internal audit to undergraduate and graduate students at state colleges and universities to include Bryant University, Johnson & Wales, University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, Salve Regina, and Providence College.
A sincere expression of appreciation goes to the 2007-2008 Officers & Board of Governors and their respective companies for their dedicated commitment and support of the Ocean State Chapter. The Chapter’s success is primarily due to our volunteers and all of their contributions. We welcome the 2008-2009 Chapter Officers and Board of Governors.
2008-2009 Chapter Officers:
Michelle Dominguez and Melissa Pozzuoli, Co-Presidents
Margaret Sherback, CIA, Vice President
Michael Sprague, CIA, Secretary
C. Scott Ostrowski, CFE, CIA, Treasurer
2008-2009 Chapter Board of Governors:
Kenneth Senus, CIA
Cheryl Silva, CUCE
Jeffrey R. Fox, CIA
Tammy Till, CIA
Jennifer Mier, CIA, CISA
Gary Spino, CIA
Madeline Tipton, CPA
Kathie M. Corrigan, CFE, CCBIA
2008-2009 Chapter Volunteers:
Sherri McGraw, CISA
Suzanne Parenteau, CIA
Welcome to the 2008-2009 Chapter Year!
Michelle Dominguez and Melissa Pozzuoli, 2008-2009 Co-Presidents
The IIA Ocean State Chapter Profile:
The Ocean State Chapter – formerly the Providence Chapter – of The IIA was founded on September 26, 1979, by a small group of internal auditors who belonged to the Boston Chapter. They decided there was enough interest in the Providence area to begin a separate unit.
From that small breakaway group, the chapter has grown to more than 285 members representing more than 80 businesses, universities, and government agencies throughout Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts.
Through monthly meetings and seminars, the Chapter provides a varied program of education and networking for its members. The Chapter also actively supports the Certified Internal Auditor Exam Program with its very own review course and certified trainer beginning in 2008.