Professionals in Practice
The Professionals in Practice video series, published by the Center for Professional Accounting Practices, showcases prominent members of the accounting profession and provides them with a platform to discuss the evolving and escalating challenges of today. The series contributes to the enrichment of Gabelli School students, alumni, and faculty by featuring interviews, round table discussions and other creative ways to illuminate theories, concepts, and useful practices in all areas of professional accounting practices.
Kelly Ulto, Associate Professor of Accounting at Fordham's Gabelli School of Business, joins Frank O'Brien (CPAP Board member), Brigitte Lemaire of Deloitte and Dan O'Brien of BDO to discuss the audit profession and some of the recent changes to the audit process with the introduction of digital technologies and data analysis.
Danielle Green, assistant professor of accounting and taxation at Fordham's Gabelli School of Business, joins Gabriella Puma, Jeff Green, and Lauren McGowan, of KPMG, to share professional experiences from the past year and explore working and learning remotely.
Kaylee Wong and Amanda Bush, MS in Accounting students join the Gabelli School’s Kelly Ulto and Barbara Porco to discuss the educational requirements for the CPA license and the process for registering for the CPA exam.
In Professionals in Practice: Ed Stroz, Part II, Ed Stroz, BS ’79, continues a discussion of his career leading up to the founding of the computer forensics and cybersecurity firm Stroz Friedberg, Inc.
In Professionals in Practice: Ed Stroz, Part I, Ed Stroz, BS ’79, discusses his career leading up to the founding of the computer forensics and cybersecurity firm Stroz Friedberg, Inc.