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Ingrid A. Hart

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Lee University

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Lee University

1120 N Ocoee St Ste 102

Cleveland, Tennessee,37311

United States

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Lee University . Private United States college. Lee University offers a distance education degree program in religion. Some courses are offered online. ... more

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Ingrid Hart
Ingrid Hart, an assistant professor of accounting in Lee University's Department of Business, has been selected as the winner of Lee's 2014 Excellence in Advising Award. She was recognized for this honor during spring commencement. The Excellence Awards are the highest honors presented to Lee faculty members. The recipient of the Excellence in Advising Award is chosen by a faculty committee, which reviews a three-year history of student advisor evaluation data as well as other information provided by the nominating department chairs and deans. Ms. Hart initially joined Lee's faculty in 2000 and then rejoined in 2006. Prior to Lee, she spent many years in both public accounting and industry. Her experience included financial reporting, strategic planning, corporate budgeting, management consulting, taxation, and capital expansion. She has received several awards and honors for her work including being recognized as one of the Who's Who Among International Business Leaders. Since her return to Lee, Ms. Hart has served on the business department's accreditation committee, as sponsor for Phi Beta Lambda, organizer of the Accounting and Finance Lab, curriculum development, and the Critical Thinking Skills Committee. In the local community, Ms. Hart has served on numerous boards including the Bradley Initiative for Church and Community, the Caring Place, the Boys Scouts of America, the Bradley/Cleveland Community Foundation, Pathway Credit Union, and the Commission for Racial Equality, an initiative to help reduce poverty, racial gaps, and increase economic opportunity. Ms. Hart is a member the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Tennessee Society of CPAs, and the Georgia Society of CPAs. Currently, Ms. Hart organizes the Continuing Professional Education seminars for CPAs in the local area. Ms. Hart has presented at various conferences in the United States and abroad, including Salzburg, Austria, the Bahamas, and the British Virgin Islands. She earned her MBA in accounting from the Graduate School of Business, University of Tennessee, and a BS in accounting from Lee University. She is completing her doctoral degree in accounting at Anderson University in Indiana. Her research interest centers on the role of postulates in accounting in the today's turbulent economic environment.


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PANELISTS, from left, Stephon Ferguson, motivational speaker, and Lee University faculty members Ingrid Hart and Dr. Robert Barnett, discuss race relations at the Dixon Center Friday evening. Banner photos, HOWARD PIERCE | ‘Has the dream come true?’ | full story
PANELISTS, from left, Stephon Ferguson, motivational speaker, and Lee University faculty members Ingrid Hart and Dr. Robert Barnett, discuss race relations at the Dixon Center Friday evening. Banner photos, HOWARD PIERCE Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence Carolyn Dirksen invited Ferguson to join faculty members Ingrid Hart and Dr. Robert Barnett on a panel considering whether the dream depicted by King has come true. A student of color asked Hart what she could say when it seems everything has already been said in regard to race relations. Hart spoke on the issue from a business world and higher education standpoint. She had a request for the audience before she began. When she said 'tell me,' those in the crowd replied, 'more.' Laughter released some of the room's built up tension. She said the failure to recognize racism creates complexities in the environment. Hart continued by asking whether abolishing racism would rid the world of every issue. "Tell me," she prompted. "More," the crowd replied. "No, it wouldn't," Hart declared. "It would not resolve every problem. We would still have problems. The difference is our problems would become more complex." According to Hart, it is not as difficult for minorities to enter various academic institutions and career fields as it once was. However, a glass ceiling still exists in a number of jobs. "Largely, and mostly, people suppose people of color are lucky when they get into certain positions, as oppose to recognizing that perhaps they earned the right to be in certain positions," Hart said. She highlighted similarities between education and business, including each entities struggle to handle racism. "While we may recognize there is a problem, it is really difficult to figure out how to address it," Hart said. Hart requested audience members who believed in the attainability of the dream to clap their hands. A round of applause responded. "King talked about differences and engagement for all people, no matter what the difference is," Hart said.


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PANELISTS, from left, Stephon Ferguson, motivational speaker, and Lee University faculty members Ingrid Hart and Dr. Robert Barnett, discuss race relations at the Dixon Center Friday evening. Banner photos, HOWARD PIERCE
Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence Carolyn Dirksen invited Ferguson to join faculty members Ingrid Hart and Dr. Robert Barnett on a panel considering whether the dream depicted by King has come true. A student of color asked Hart what she could say when it seems everything has already been said in regard to race relations. Hart spoke on the issue from a business world and higher education standpoint. She had a request for the audience before she began. When she said 'tell me,' those in the crowd replied, 'more.' Laughter released some of the room's built up tension. She said the failure to recognize racism creates complexities in the environment. Hart continued by asking whether abolishing racism would rid the world of every issue. "Tell me," she prompted. "More," the crowd replied. "No, it wouldn't," Hart declared. "It would not resolve every problem. We would still have problems. The difference is our problems would become more complex." According to Hart, it is not as difficult for minorities to enter various academic institutions and career fields as it once was. However, a glass ceiling still exists in a number of jobs. "Largely, and mostly, people suppose people of color are lucky when they get into certain positions, as oppose to recognizing that perhaps they earned the right to be in certain positions," Hart said. She highlighted similarities between education and business, including each entities struggle to handle racism. "While we may recognize there is a problem, it is really difficult to figure out how to address it," Hart said. Hart requested audience members who believed in the attainability of the dream to clap their hands. A round of applause responded. "King talked about differences and engagement for all people, no matter what the difference is," Hart said.


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Ingrid Hart
1120 N. Ocoee St. Cleveland, TN 37320 Phone: 423/614-8168


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Ingrid Hart
has more than 10 years of experience in accounting management and leadership both in private and public companies. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Lee University. Ms Hart considers faith and service an integral part of her life. In addition to this board, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Boy Scouts of America and the Bradley Initiative for Church and Community (BICC). Ms. Hart is active in Tennessee Society of CPAs, a member of the Georgia Society of CPAs, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA) and is noted among Who's Who in International Business Leadership. Ingrid received her MBA from the University of Tennessee - Chattanooga.


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