2012 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting
October 22-23, 2012
The Westin New Orleans Canal Place
New Orleans, LA
Professor of Accounting
University of Texas at Tyler
SHOW FULL BIO » Mary L. Fischer currently serves as a full professor in Accounting in the College of Business and Technology. Dr. Fischer has published an accounting textbook, several college and University accounting training publications and over sixty-five research papers regarding cash flow recognition, financial accounting, accounting education, auditing and financial management of not-for-profit organizations. She produced a weekly accounting tutorial that is posted on the World Wide Web and is the co-author of an advanced accounting text published by Wiley Publication. Her research has appeared in various academic and professional journals. She has presented papers at numerous conferences, including the American Accounting Association, Decision Science Institute and Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action. Dr. Fischer is the past president of Southwest Decision Science Institute, Southwest American Accounting Association and the American Accounting Association Government and Nonprofit Section. She is also the past president of the Federation of Business Disciples, an organization of business school faculty with over 5,000 members throughout the Southwestern United States. Dr. Fischer serves as an advisor to the Financial Accounting Standards Board, Government Accounting Standards Board, and an array of not-for-profit organizations nationwide. Dr. Fischer was named the outstanding academic researcher by the University of Texas at Tyler for 2009-2010, the outstanding accounting educator by the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants in 2002 and the Southwestern American Accounting Association in 2003. She served as the UT Tyler Professor of Free Enterprise Chair and was awarded the Daniel D. Robinson and Professional Development and Scholarship awards by the National Association of College and University Business Officers for her outstanding contributions to the college and university national sector. She is a Certified Government Financial Manager and member of the East Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Associate Vice President for Business & Finance
University of San Francisco
SHOW FULL BIO » Kimberly Kvaal is the Associate Vice President for Business & Finance at the University of San Francisco. She also teaches Principles of Accounting at USF’s School of Management. In her current role at USF, Ms. Kvaal serves on the President’s Leadership Team and is charged with the accounting and financial reporting for the institution as well as risk management. In her former role as Controller at Regis University, she served as a member of the Executive Budget Committee and was charged with development, implementation, and monitoring of the annual operating budget along with overseeing the financial accounting, reporting, and treasury functions. Repeatedly called upon to serve as faculty for WACUBO’s popular Accounting Series and NACUBO’s Intermediate Accounting and Financial Reporting workshops, Ms. Kvaal is an experienced presenter on not-for-profit accounting topics. Ms. Kvaal is active in her professional associations currently serving on NACUBO’s Accounting Principles Council and is the past co-chair of WACUBO’s Professional Development Committee. Ms. Kvaal holds a BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder, a MBA from Regis University, and is a licensed CPA in the state of Colorado. She has over twenty years of non-profit accounting experience, and serves on several community boards.
2012 Intermediate Accounting and Reporting - Fall
October 22-23, 2012
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