Volunteers are the heart of The IIA’s success by helping to identify trends, programs, and services to ensure that The IIA continues to guide the profession into the future. They also assist in the development of tools and providing support to IIA members, chapters, and affiliates to enhance the practice of internal auditing and raise the visibility of the profession with stakeholders. With every volunteer, The IIA grows more energized, more diverse and inclusive, and better equipped to reach our common goals.
The IIA has created flexible commitment opportunities through global professional knowledge groups that allow you to share your expertise, skills, and time on a project-by-project basis in your area(s) of interest. We strongly believe that involving more members in volunteer opportunities creates a critical diversity of opinions and experiences, expands the leadership pipeline, and influences content being developed by peers for peers.
Find out how to view opportunities or add your name as a resource to help The IIA identify opportunities that match your interests and qualifications. Staff leads will review your application and invite you to participate as matches are identified. To be responsive to current and emerging issues, requests for volunteer engagement on a per-project basis is open throughout the year and is not part of the annual nominations process.
Volunteer Engagement With Longer-term Commitments
The primary function of IIA volunteer engagement is to provide subject matter expertise, advice, and counsel on an ongoing basis in different aspects of organizational operations. Learn more.
The IIA provides dynamic leadership for the global profession of internal auditing. Volunteers play a key role and the contributions they make impact the day-to-day functions of internal auditors, as well as shape the future of the internal audit profession. Learn more.
2022–23 Volunteer Organizational Chart