Montvale, N.J. (June 24, 2003) -- The Institute of Management Accountants, a 67,000-member trade group here, elected Kim Wallin, CPA, CMA, the organization’s 2003-2004 chairman and Larry White, CPA, CMA, the chairman-elect, effective July 1.

The organization revealed it has reformatted its executive structure, whereupon the chairman and chairman elect will assume the same duties as the president and president-elect, respectively.

Wallin succeeds Margaret D. Butler, CMA, CPA, as chairman. She joined the IMA in 1981 as president of the Las Vegas chapter. She operates her own firm -- D.K. Wallin Ltd. in Las Vegas.

White is a captain in the U. S. Coast Guard and is currently chief of the Office of Financial Systems at USCG headquarters in Washington.

Meanwhile, David Schweitz, the executive director of the IMA, will now assume the title of president and chief executive.

-- WebCPA staff

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