JofA Editorial Advisory Board


The editorial advisory board is the JofA’s technical backbone. Made up of CPAs in areas of key importance to our readership, the board is responsible for reviewing articles for accuracy and relevance and recommending for or against publication. They also critique each issue, offering reactions and suggestions, and vote, once a year, for the winner of the prestigious John Lawler Award . Many distinguished professionals have served on the editorial advisory board over the years. Here is the 2005 list of advisers.

CATHERINE ALLEN

KENNETH D. ASKELSON

JAMES BEAN

JOHN C. BOMA

STEVEN J. BROWN

JOLENE C. BRUCKS

THOMAS F. BURRAGE

LINDA BURT

J. GREGORY BUSHONG

R. PATRICK CARGILL

BENSON J. CHAPMAN

ROSEMARIE T. DUNN

THOMAS EMMERLING

ELIZABETH FENDER

ROBERT J. FREEMAN

KIM GIBSON

ALAN GLAZER

RANDI K. GRANT

PATRICK T. HANRATTY

DEANN HILL

JAMES E. HUNTON

SANDRA JOHNIGAN

SUSAN S. JONES

FRANK J. KOPCZYNSKI

JEFFREY B. KRAUT

DENNIS B. KREMER

ALAN LEVIN

JOHN LEWISON

JOSEPH P. LIOTTA

MANO MAHADEVA

BENJAMIN F. MATHEWS

DAVID MCINTEE

ANITA MEOLA

DEBRA MITCHELL

ROGER H. MOLVAR

BRENDA MORRIS

CRAIG MURRAY

GLENN NEWMAN

LYNE P. NOELLA

EDWARD T. ODMARK

MARY P. RICCIARDELLO

MARK L. RICHARDSON

MARSHALL B. ROMNEY

PEGGY SCOTT

CAROLYN SECHLER

GARY SHAMIS

IVAN J. SOTOMAYOR

ALAN STEIGER

PAUL C. SULLIVAN

BARRY S. SZIKLAY

GARY R. TRUGMAN

ROBERT WILLENS

MARK A. YAHOUDY

ALAN S. ZIPP

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