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A CFO for Governor

Friday, October 15, 2010

In 2002, immersed in a 29-year accounting career in the private sector, Kim Wallin was nominated from the floor and elected by popular vote as president-elect of the Institute of Management Accountants — the first time such a thing had happened in the association's then-83-year history. (The IMA's nominating committee normally chooses the president-elect.) After she won, a friend asked her what her plans were. "Well," Wallin said flippantly, "I'll run for governor of Nevada"... Read More

David M. Katz – CFO.com