Knoxville Chapter May Meeting and Committee Day

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Credits

Number of Credits Type of Credits
2.00 Behavioral Ethics
2.00 Personal Development

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May 21, 2019

12:00pm - 1:30pm (Eastern Time)
$20.00
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1:30pm - 3:30pm (Eastern Time)
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3:30pm - 5:30pm (Eastern Time)
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Instructors

Inky Johnson

Inky earned his undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Tennessee. A spectacularly gifted athlete with a prototypical NFL cornerback’s build, Inky’s football career and life were changed instantly with a life-altering injury suffered in a game against the Air Force Academy on September 6, 2006. Instead of a lucrative career in the NFL, Inky is now making even bigger hits across the nation as a much sought-after motivational speaker.

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Chris Crouch

Chris Crouch's career reflects impressive success in the corporate world as a CPA with the accounting firm KPMG and senior executive of a Fortune 500 company; however, his true passion has always been learning, teaching, and personal development activities.

Through his own company formed in 1999, DME Training and Consulting, Chris offers leadership development consulting to business owners, executives, and those being considered for executive-level positions. His consulting practice focuses on practical and executable strategies.

Chris lives with his spouse in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, serves on the board of the Knoxville Transportation Authority and works for many local charitable organizations on a volunteer basis.

Chris has several published books including “The Contented Achiever”, Simple Works”, “Getting Organized”, “Being Productive”, “Getting More Done”, “Licking Your Elbow”, “Happiness”, and “”Sifting” – a novel about exploring life and well-being. Chris also publishes a blog www.joyfullyparticipating.com offering practical tips for successful living.

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Ryan Johnson

Ryan Johnson is an associate professor of Accounting at Wofford College, and has served as department chair, Coordinator of Interim, and elected member of Wofford College’s Strategic Vision Steering Committee and General Education Reform Committee. He recently completed a one-year American Council Education fellowship with Chancellor Phil Dubois at UNC-Charlotte. His research interests include first-generation college students, fraud examination, tax policy, and the historical development of tax laws and regulations.

Ryan has been published in a number of peer-reviewed and practice journals, including the Journal of Student Affairs at New York University, the American Journal of Business Education, and the Tennessee CPA Journal. Formerly a director with worldwide accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ryan has consulted clients in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, banking, telecommunications, professional sports, retail, and gaming. Ryan is recognized as a subject matter expert in state and local taxation, sales and use taxes, and audit defense. He has presented professionally on a wide range of tax issues, including Federal taxation, ethics, and tax policy, and has testified as an expert witness in accounting matters. Ryan is a certified public accountant licensed in South Carolina, certified fraud examiner, and a Title IX investigator. He received the B.S. and M.S. in Accounting from Appalachian State University, and holds two doctorates: a PhD in Educational Administration from the University of South Carolina, and a PhD in Accounting from Rhodes University.

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