The Institute of Management Accountants Ohio Regional Council Presents

The 44th Annual Meonske Professional Development Conference

April 26-27, 2018 - Kent State University

“Recognized as One of the Top Five

Accounting Conferences in the Country”

2 Days…One Great Conference!

The Annual Meonske Professional Development Conference is the premier education and networking experience for accounting, finance, business executives, and anyone interested in learning the latest accounting/ compliance regulations and best/latest management practices as corporations strive to be competitive in a local and global environment.  We offer our popular ethics seminar that qualifies for 3 CPE hours of Accountancy Board of Ohio approved Professional Standards and Responsibilities and 16 total hours of CPE.  

So consider stepping outside your day-to-day activities to focus, rejuvenate, and enjoy an incredible learning and networking experience with colleagues and sponsors.

Leading National Authorities

Leading national authorities from IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants); FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board); SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission); COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission); SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board); academia, public accounting, and corporations.

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2018 Keynote Speaker

Michael D. Capellas


Friday, April 27, 2018

We will have awesome items for our Silent Auction this year!


  And much more….Check Back Often as it Will Be Updated as More Silent Auction Items are Added

     Don’t forget about our Awesome Door Prizes

Winners will be announced on

Friday, April 27, 2018, at 4:30 pm

(You must be present to win)

and Much More….

NEW FOR 2018

You Can Now Register and Pay On-Line!


As Our Prior 43 Conferences Have Been Sellouts!

IMA’s Ohio Regional Council is pleased to honor the legacy of Dr. Norman R. Meonske by contributing a significant portion of the conference proceeds to the Kent State University Accounting Scholarship Fund in his name.