The IIA provides dynamic leadership for the global profession of internal auditing. Volunteers play a key role and the contributions they make impact the day-to-day functions of internal auditors, as well as shape the future of the internal audit profession.
The Global Nominating Committee has developed a rigorous and transparent nominating process for selection of future board and committee members. Key factors to be considered in determining the slate of nominees are (a) commitment – the time and skills needed to contribute, and (b) diversity – ensuring the boards and committees are sufficiently diverse (e.g., geographical perspective, gender, age, ethnicity, skills, competencies, and experience), including length of service time and level of proficiency.
Global Board of Directors Structure
It is the role of the Global Board to oversee the management of The IIA. The Global Board delegates responsibility for day-to-day management to the President and CEO. The Global Board provides the President and CEO with guidance and strategic oversight to advance The IIA’s mission.
North American Board Structure
The mission of the North American Board is to ensure that volunteer and staff activities of The IIA adequately address the needs of North American membership through continuous monitoring of programs, services, and budgets relating to North American members and chapters.