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Bringing innovation and a fresh perspective to their organizations around the world, 15 internal auditors from Bangladesh, Canada, India, Oman, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States are honored as this year’s “Emerging Leaders” by Internal Auditor, the premier, award-winning magazine published by The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
Ranging in age from 26 to 30 years old, the recipients are mastering internal audit processes and advanced audit engagements, and they are taking on highly complicated assignments and even starting internal audit functions in remote locations.
“Today’s emerging leaders are not intimidated by technology or complex data, nor are they satisfied with doing things ‘how they’ve always been done,’” said IIA President and CEO Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA. “They are fascinated by the unknown, critical in their thinking, and literally rewriting the rules of internal auditing. This year’s group illustrates a bright future that lies ahead for our profession, we congratulate each on this outstanding recognition.”
This year’s Emerging Leaders join an equally diverse group of more than 100 peers from over a dozen countries who have been recognized annually since the program began in 2013. They “extol internal audit’s access to all levels of an organization and its role in strategic planning,” according to the magazine, which is spotlighting each in the October issue, now available at InternalAuditor.org.