Raymond Johnson

Title: Chair, IAESB Consultative Advisory Group

Dr. Raymond Johnson, CPA was elected to serve as Chair of the International Accounting Educations Standards Board (IAESB) Consultative Advisory Group (CAG) beginning in January of 2018. He previously served as a member of the CAG from 2011 to 2014 and from 2016 to 2017. Dr. Johnson was nominated by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), where he has served on the NASBA Board of Directors (2011-2018).

Dr. Johnson is a Professor Emeritus at Portland State University (US) where he was the first recipient of Harry C. Visse Excellence in Teaching Fellowship and Professor of Accounting. Dr. Johnson also taught in Australia at Bond University, the University of Queensland, and the Australian National University. Additionally, he taught in the UK at Southampton University. Dr. Johnson also worked as staff to the US Auditing Standards Board and with two global CPA firms and one local firm.

Dr. Johnson is a member of the US International Qualifications Appraisal Board (2011 to present), served on an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business’ Accounting Accreditation Task Force (2016-present), and chaired the NASBA Education Committee (2015-present) and the NASBA Ethics Committee (2011-2015). He was a member of the American Institute of CPAs’ Professional Ethics Executive Committee (2012-2015), the Oregon Board of Accountancy (2004-2011), where we served as Chair of the Oregon Board for two years, and is a past president of the Oregon Society of CPAs (1999-2000).

Dr. Johnson has been licensed as a CPA in Oregon since 1975. He holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Oregon (1972), a Master's Degree from the University of Illinois (1974), and a Ph.D. from the University of Oregon (1981). Dr. Johnson has written numerous articles in academic and professional journals and he is currently a coauthor of an auditing textbook.

See also: New Chair Joins International Accounting Education Standards Board Advisory Group


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