WELCOME, NEW CSCAs!

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WELCOME, NEW CSCAs!


The CSCA[R] (Certified in Strategy and Competitive Analysis) is a specialty credential designed specifically for CMAs that complements and expands on the strategic planning and analysis skills developed through the CMA[R] (Certified Management Accountant) certification. For more information, visit www.imanet.org/csca- credential.

The following IMA members became CSCAs between March 1 and March 31, 2018.

Adam Abedalaziz Abdallah

Salma Ali Noureldeen Mahmoud Mohamed Abdelhaleem

Haytham O. Abou El

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Zohaib Akhtar

Yaser H. Al Hajjaj

Baris Alev

Gregory R. Allen

Courtney Anderson

John M. Anderson

Kochipally Marimandakath Arafath, Sr.

Ronald J. Arnold

Ihab A. Atwa

Ghinwa Awada

Dudley P Barrett

George P. Bates

Linda Benton

Fady Rainier Bestavros

Sarang Bhandari

John Christopher Bisha

Matthew Black

Debra L. Bloom

David Bonarigo

Lisa M. Book

Nadia L. Braaten

Michael J. Browne

Sven Bruehlmann

Steven M. Burgeman

Dawn M. Buzzard

Shawn Cahill

Michelle Campbell

Terry L. Campbell

Valarie L. Campbell

Kurt Chackan

Ryan Chase

Ka Kui Bosco Chau

Anthony Michael Christman

Leah M. Clark

Denise M. Clary

Theodore C. Cooke

Michael J. Coppola

Patrick J. Corcoran

Kenneth A. Cote

Earl Charles Cotten

Michael Sean Cuda

Michael Culligan

Sherri L. Das

Alain Dilungane Dia Muana

Jeremy L. Dobes

Dominic Savio Dsouza

Paige E. Dumas Lecesne

Paul A. Dunn

Dominic T. Durian

Mahmoud Elbeleidy

Sarah X. Elenes

Mamoun Elsubki Elgizouli

Mohamad Fadel

Rian Foley

Tom J. Garssen

Ronald J. Gedeon

Barry M. Gisser

Rifat Coskun Gokce

Solomon Estifanos Gonite

Jillayne M. Halverson

Jason M. Hardesty

Michelle M. Hartstrom

Jonathan M. Hegman

Ahmad Helal

Mareike Hemmen

Janet A. Henry

Brad William Hill

Andras Hodossy

j Ruben Hof

Travis Huckaba

Issa Jaber

Christopher Jacobs

Renju Abraham John

Nolan D. …

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