Calling All Experts

You’re a leader in your industry — an engaging speaker, author, blogger, and influencer sought after by your peers and colleagues for advice and guidance. You stay in front of best practices, trends, and regulations through professional development opportunities. Perhaps you conduct primary and secondary research. You present at regional and national conferences. You byline features for trade publications. Taking on leadership roles in your firm, community, and professional associations is second nature to you. Engaging in tough conversations pertinent to the industry, relevant organizations, and consumers, in the spirit of problem-solving, inspires and motivates you.

Leader. Educator. Innovator.

If this describes you, we hope you will consider submitting original content for IASA’s various channels and potential presentations for future webinars and events or serve as a content reviewer. IASA now accepts content and reviewers year-around through IASA’s 365 Call for Content Portal. Through IASA 365, we accept and review content for our online and off-line channels, as well as in-person and virtual event offerings, including IASA’s Executive Education Program, OnPOINT. Submit your proposal or application to be a reviewer below, when/if open, and if selected, you could be eligible for CPEs.

Submission of abstracts to this site are understood to be on a voluntary basis with no expectation of fee for service. Please be sure you have all required content ready for submission prior to beginning the process. Proposals accepted for sessions must comply with all presentation materials required to meet CPE credit.

CPE Policies

For information on IASA’s e-learning webinar series CPE refund, cancellation, and complaint resolution policies, see our e-Learning Center CPE landing page. All webinars are on basic subject matter with no prerequisites required to attend.

IASA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site: