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Institute of Management Accountants – Pittsburgh Chapter


The Pittsburgh Chapter is the fourth oldest chapter and has a long history of professional development for its members. Among the services we offer, are monthly technical meetings or social events, employment networking, Management Accounting or Financial Management Certification Programs, Scholarships, and much more.

President’s Message

Congratulations to the Pittsburgh Chapter IMA Scholarship winner!

Marlena Hensley is a junior in the accounting program at Clarion University.   She will be awarded the $1,000 scholarship at our April meeting.


Get Involved

We are in need of volunteers to join the board to help plan and direct the professional events of our chapter. You can make a difference in keeping the Pittsburgh Chapter active. If you are interested and able to give an hour’s time to the IMA, please contact Tim Abbott, President at Now is the time to step up.

Monthly Meeting


Topic: "Navigating the short term Financial Markets in 2017"   (Earn 1 CPE)

Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Time: Networking 6:00PM; Dinner at 6:30PM.

Place: Rivers Club in One Oxford Center, Pittsburgh PA

Speaker:  Connie Bentzen, Director BlackRock Cash Management Group.  View biography


Salad - Sunburst Salad

Choice of:

  • Chicken Picasa with lemon caper sauce

  • Ginger soy marinated Grilled Flank Steak

  • Eggplant and grilled vegetable Roulade with Ricotta Cheese  .

Dessert - Blueberry Ricotta Cheesecake

Cost: $35.00 / $20.00 for Students

Note: Payment required if reservation is cancelled within three days of meeting.

Register Today!


Register Today!

Previous Meetings

The Pittsburgh Chapter meeting held on March 15 was attended by 22 members, four students and their advisor.  Mr. Brian Kassalen, CPA, of Arnet Carbis Toothman LLP,  gave an informative presentation on “Ethical Behavior and Fraud: How Businesses are impacted by fraud and how they can create an environment where ethical behavior is encouraged”    See pictures from this meeting, and previous meetings, on our Blog page. For future meeting info, see: upcoming meeting schedule.