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Lecturer in Accounting

Hillside Hall 219F
Phone: (812) 941-2055


Lisa Book, CMA, CFM, CSCA is a Lecturer in Accounting at Indiana University Southeast, where she also earned her B.S. degree in Accounting and her M.B.A. Prior to joining the faculty at IU Southeast, Lisa had a 15-year career in corporate accounting, working for such companies as FireKing Security Group and Kimball International, both manufacturing concerns, and not-for-profit Goodwill Industries.

Lisa currently serves on the Global Board of Directors of Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) as a member of the Volunteer Leadership Committee.  She is also a member of IMA's Leadership Academy Faculty, in addition to serving on IMA's CMA Exam Review Committee. She served as a member of the IMA Committee on Ethics from 2012 to 2014, and is a past president of IMA’s Louisville Chapter (2013-2014) and Lincoln Trail Council (2015-2016).  Lisa has given talks on a variety of topics, including most recently presenting ethics workshops to Louisville, Indianapolis, and South Central Indiana chapters, as well as delivered ethics sessions at IMA’s Annual Conference & Expo in 2015 and 2017.  She co-authored article, High-Impact Mentoring, in August 2017 issue of Strategic Finance.

Academic Background

  • Masters

    • Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, United States
    • Master of Business Administration
  • Bachelors

    • Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, United States
    • Bachelor of Science, Major in Accounting

Professional Interests


Accounting Information Systems; Intro. Financial Accounting; Intro. Managerial Accounting


Journal Articles

  • Lisa Book, Doug Barney, Ted Bordador, Kristina Merrill. (2017). High-Impact Mentoring. Strategic Finance, August 2017 (1), 50-56.