John S. MacIntosh, KPMG
Lunch Speaker, Friday, April 27, 12:00pm-1:30pm
Future Ready: New and Emerging Developments in the Profession that Managing Partners of Major Firms Must Prioritize
John S. MacIntosh is the Managing Partner, Cleveland/Northeast Ohio at KPMG and has over 32 years with KPMG and has served as Cleveland managing partner since 2007. In this capacity he has responsibility for quality growth and client service for all KPMG services to Northeast Ohio companies.
John also serves as KPMG’s national industry leader for the Consumer Goods sector, and as KPMG’s Global Lead Partner for Procter & Gamble.
John’s experience includes providing financial auditing and business advisory services to clients across multiple sectors. This includes 12 years in audit and the last 22 years in advisory. John’s experience also includes serving as client service partner and account executive to many top KPMG clients. In this capacity he; develops trusted relationships with client executives and board/audit committee members, actively engages clients to consistently monitor the quality of KPMG service, serves as point person for clients to KPMG leadership, works with clients to resolve client service issues and helps KPMG engagement partners and account teams access the right resources to deliver on client commitments.
John is actively engaged in the Northeast Ohio community at various levels; hosts and moderates roundtables/share forums for CEO’s and board members, Non-profit board member at the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, United Way, Boy Scouts of America, and BVU-Center for Non-profit Excellence, Leadership Cleveland (class of 2009) and RNC 2016 Host Committee.
Cathy J. Scott, Professor of Accounting and Department Chair, Navarro College
Plenary Speaker, Friday, April 27, 9:15 am – 10:15 am
Perspective on High-Quality Teaching from the Cook Prize Winners
Cathy is a Professor of Accounting and Department Chair at Navarro College. She has a passion for improving accounting education and has published and spoken on effectively using technology in the classroom, improving online education, and engaging students with active learning. Cathy is also the author of a College Accounting textbook, with a career approach focus, and the co-founder of the TeachingAndLearningToolbox.com, a website and blog that links technology to pedagogy as well as provides tips to successfully incorporate technology into courses.
Professor Scott currently serves as the AAA TYC Vice President and Council Member. She is also a board member for the Teachers of Accounting at Two Year Colleges and the President of the Texas Business and Technology Educators Association. She is the proud recipient of the Texas Society of CPA's Outstanding Accounting Educator Award, the Texas Business and Technology Educators Association Post-Secondary Business Teacher of the Year Award, the American Accounting Association's Two-Year College Educator of the Year Award and Navarro College's Teaching of Excellence Award.
Cathy is a 2017 winner of the esteemed American Accounting Association/J. Michael and Mary Anne Cook/Deloitte Foundation Prize which is the foremost recognition of an individual who consistently demonstrates the attributes of a superior teacher in the discipline of accounting. The Prize will serve to recognize, inspire and motivate members to achieve the status of a superior teacher.
Marc Rubin, AAA President-Elect, Miami University of Ohio, Farmer School of Business
Plenary Speaker, Saturday, April 28, 8:20 am – 8:50 am
Pathways to a Sustainable Future
Marc Rubin is PwC Professor of Accountancy and Chair of the Department of Accountancy in the Farmer School of Business at Miami University of Ohio having served on its faculty since 1990. He has served at the University of Seoul as visiting faculty and as Associate Professor and Visiting Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Marc earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.
Marc has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals including The Accounting Review, Issues in Accounting Education, Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, Research in Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting, and Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. He has authored research reports for the Financial Accounting Foundation and Governmental Accounting Standards Board, presented at over 50 conferences including AAA Annual Meetings, Region and Section meetings, as well as state and local conferences on issues in accounting education, financial and governmental accounting, and financial statement analysis. Marc serves on the Editorial Board of Issues in Accounting Education and Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, and previously, Research in Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting.
Marc has thirty-two years’ experience as a faculty member, is a CPA, and has received a number of academic awards for excellence including the Cincinnati Magazine Outstanding Educator Award (2014) and the Beta Gamma Sigma Distinguished Faculty Award (1998), and several teaching fellowships and research grants. He is the current President-Elect of the American Accounting Association.
Scott D. Wiley, Scott Wiley, CAE, President & CEO, The Ohio Society of CPAs
Plenary Speaker, Friday, April 27, 8:10 am – 9:05 am
Building a Dynamic Ohio Accounting Workforce
Scott Wiley provides the executive vision for one of the nation’s top accounting associations. He leads a team of 40+ professionals that create and deliver innovative advocacy, education and business solutions for 85,000 CPAs and accounting professionals working in businesses of every size and sector across Ohio.
Since 2013, Wiley has repositioned the association to deliver greater member value in a fast-moving business environment. He has refocused staff resources, products and services and in 2016, launched a new mission, vision and brand. It reflects OSCPA’s commitment to advance and diversify the accounting profession and support members as Ohio’s top strategic financial advisors.
He sets the association’s bold annual advocacy agenda, collaborating with government and CPA leaders to advance tax and regulatory changes that benefit Ohio’s economy and improve its business environment.
Influencing the national policy agenda for the accounting profession is a top priority for Wiley, who represents The Ohio Society of CPAs and the national association community on Capitol Hill. He does this through his active participation with the CPA Society State Executives Association and as Immediate Past Chair of ASAE, the American Society of Association Executives.
The Ohio Society of CPAs is recognized as a key leader in evolving CPA continuing education. Ohio was the first state CPA association to launch a successful online learning platform and Ohio was the first state to approve CPA continuing education credit for nano learning.
This strategic move emphasizes that learning formats must be flexible and evolve to meet the needs of a new generation of professionals. Wiley’s efforts earned him a place on The American Institute of CPAs Future of Learning Task Force in 2013.