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Dinner Meeting - Revenue Recognition

When:  Feb 12, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM (ET)
Associated with  Nation's Capital Chapter
IMA - 100 years and counting
4-5 pm Table Topics
(arrive at 4pm for 1CPE)
"Revenue Recognition Defined"
Facilitator: Kathleen Sobieralski
6-7 pm Official Program
(arrive at 5pm for dinner & 1CPE)
"Revenue Recognition: Managing and Reporting"
Speaker: Liliya Roberts, M.D. 
Event Description:
Our "official" program on Wednesday February 12th will be presented by Dr. Liliya Roberts, an accomplished clinician and program director. Professor Roberts’ presentation links health care management issues to metrics focused analysis of revenue recognition for stakeholders, including private companies as well as not for profit organizations, government agencies and citizens.
Please join us at the Largo Academic Center, Wednesday February 12th for an Italian buffet, networking, and our CPE sessions! Our speakers are scheduled for 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Complete schedule presented below.  Please join the discussion! 
Brave the cold and start the year off right with a resolution to continue learning through our Chapter meetings all you need to know in order to best succeed as we combine accounting with management for all organizations! 
Academic Center
1616 McCormick Dr.
Largo, MD 20774
Metro: Blue or Silver to Largo Town Center Metro Bus 21.
(last bus leaves UMGC Largo Academic Center at 6:46pm) Use Metro trip planner.
Enter and check in and out with security at either entrance
Driving: free easy parking; Exit 17A on the 495 Beltway:
-From the Capital Beltway (I-495/95), merge on to Landover Road/Road/MD-202 via exit 17A toward Upper Marlboro.
-Proceed in right lane, then turn right on McCormick Drive.
-Proceed approximately one-fourth of a mile to 1616 McCormick Drive on the right.
4-5 pm Table Topics (1 CPE) Optional
5-6 pm Registration & Dinner Buffet
6-7 pm Official Program (1 CPE)
Pay by Feb 10:  
$15 IMA Members & Guests
$8 Students
Pay after Feb 10 or at the door: 
$18 IMA Members & Guests
$10 Students
Ledo Lasagna
Four Cheese Ravioli
Assorted Fruits and Veggies
Our Speakers
Professor Liliya Roberts, M.D. 
Program Director
UMGC Health Care Services Management Program
Liliya Roberts, building on her extensive career in healthcare administration and business consulting, currently serves as the Program Director for the UMGC Health Care Services Management Program. Her experience includes a specialization in memory care, senior care and experience managing retirement communities. Dr. Roberts focuses on strategic planning, financial management, compliance, staffing, marketing, and leadership.
Liliya Roberts was a licensed physician in Ukraine who graduated from National Medical University in Kyiv, Ukraine. After immigrating to the United States, she acquired a Master’s degree in Health Systems Management and became a licensed Assisted Living Facility Administrator. Under her leadership, the facilities she has managed have experienced significant increases in profitability, resident quality of life, and cost-efficiency. Another Master's in Learning Design and Technology from UMGC helps her in applying the management expertise and instructional design applications while leading the Global Health Services and Administration department at UMGC. She has a proven ability to transform organizations into highly competitive, compliant, collaborative, successful operations. She thrives on new challenges and builds strong and engaged collaborative teams and communities of practice. In her free time, Dr. Roberts has been working with Alzheimer's Association and serving as a Support Group Leader as well as conducting training for the new leaders.
Kathleen Sobieralski
Professor Sobieralski earned her B.S. in Accounting / Business Administration from Saint Mary's College (Notre Dame); an M.B.A from Indiana University (South Bend); and an M.S. in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame. She completed the dissertation phase of her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership at Indiana State University and currently remains an A.B.D. She brings over 15 years of experience teaching and learning at a distance, and manages a curriculum of 30 courses in Accounting for the University of Maryland Global Campus.
Kathleen is a long time educator member of professional organizations including the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), American Accounting Association (AAA), the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the Association of Government Accountants (AGA), and a founding member of UMUC's IMA Student Chapter.
Nation's Capital Chapter
Institute of Management Accountants


UMUC Largo Academic Center
1616 McCormick Dr
Largo, MD 20774