Appointments help position Association for long-term success


Jeannette Koger was named vice president—Transformation. In this new role, Koger leads the Association's transformation as it evolves and diversifies its digital business model and drives change across all parts of the Association, representing AICPA & CIMA, to ensure long-term growth, viability, and relevance for the profession.

Dan Noll was named vice president—Financial Reporting, Forensic & Valuation Services (FVS). Noll serves as the Association's top expert on U.S. and international financial reporting standards and now sets the strategy for and leads AICPA & CIMA's FVS areas, including credential offerings.

Tricia Hitmar, formerly global director, Talent, Sales Enablement & Leadership Development at Cisco, joined the Association as vice president—Learning & Assessment Innovation. In this role, Hitmar leads the transformation of global learning and assessment strategy. She drives the design and development of modern learning experiences and innovative digital content that meet the needs of members, students, firms, and employers.

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