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 About This Chapter

​The IIA Middle Georgia Chapter was officially formed in December 2011 with the approval from The IIA North American Board and 22 dedicated internal audit professionals locally leading the formation.  Each member started the chapter with a commitment for the advocacy of internal auditing and bringing educational trainings to the middle Georgia area. 
The chapter formation team learned quickly that The IIA and its more than 155 chapters in North America can help you excel in your professional career.  Our goal is to offer excellent training for auditors, controllers, accountants, and other business professionals.  The IIA provides internal audit professionals with the information and skills they need to stay on the leading edge through conferences, seminars, in-house training programs, and chapter educational presentations.  These programs are offered at reduced costs to IIA members.
Internal auditors are an advocate for sound governance and effective controls.  The best way to stay abreast of the latest developments and meet the demands of an ever-changing profession is to turn to the acknowledged leader, recognized authority, and primary educator - The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).

The IIA also provides its members with professional Standards, certification, and a Code of Ethics – important elements to underline your professionalism and commitment to quality.  The IIA’s journal Internal Auditor delivers to its member’s valuable in-depth articles on today’s issues and trends. 

With so many resources available by The Institute of Internal Auditors, I encourage you to attend our local chapter meetings and visit The IIA website at  

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 Chapter Officers

  • Middle Georgia Chapter President
    Jessica Minshew
  • Middle Georgia Chapter Vice President
    Rose Patti
  • Middle Georgia Chapter Treasurer
    Julie Simmons
  • Middle Georgia Chapter Secretary
    Marcus Yarbrough