Office: Hagan Hall, Room 301
Phone: (914) 633-2244
|David F. Bean, Professor (PhD, Temple University; CPA)
Teaches courses in accounting principles and advanced accounting. Primary research interests include behavioral and ethical issues. Has published in numerous refereed journals and presented at national conferences. Experience in public accounting and corporate accounting and auditing.
|William A. Bottiglieri, Professor (JD, New York School of Law; CPA)
Teaches courses in accounting principles and taxation. Research interests include income and estate taxation and has published in law and taxation. Has incorporated computer-based tax research and return preparation in courses. Experience in public accounting, law and taxation. Coordinator of IonaTaxPayer Assistance (TPA) Program.
|Stephen Franciosa, Senior Clinical Lecturer (MBA, St. John’s University; CPA)
Teaches courses in accounting principles, cost/managerial accounting and auditing. Peer-reviewed certified public accounting practitioner primarily servicing small non-profits. Currently serving as a board member of the NYS Society of CPA's and active with local environmental groups. Past-president of the Westchester Chapter of the NYSSCPA's. Has published several articles in the CPA Journal
|Andrew S. Griffith, Assistant Professor (DBA, Nova Southeastern University 2011; CFE)
Teaches courses in accounting principles and taxation. Research interests include taxation, forensic accounting and fraud examination. Certified fraud examiner and forensic consultant and accredited tax preparer. Experience as internal auditor and fraud investigator and consultant in taxation and financial management.
|William A. Gulotta, Senior Clinical Lecturer (MBA, Iona College; CPA)
Teaches courses in accounting principles and cost/managerial accounting. Previous experience in public accounting and corporate accounting and auditing. Recent experience as public accountant, consultant and adjunct faculty. Moderator of Accounting Club.
|Jeffry R. Haber, Professor (PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; CPA)
Teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in financial, managerial, intermediate and advanced accounting and research in accounting. Has published extensively in refereed journals and is a frequent presenter at international and national conferences on accounting and investments. Chair of the department.
|Katherine Kinkela, Assistant Professor (LLM, Fordham University)
Teaches courses in financial and managerial accounting principles, intermediate accounting, and taxation. Has published in refereed journals and presented at national and international conferences on accounting. Experience in consulting on accounting, taxation and related legal matters.
|LeRoy W. Mitchell , Associate Professor (DPA, New York University, CPA; CGFM)
Teaches courses in accounting principles and government and nonprofit accounting. Interests include government/nonprofit accounting, planning and budgeting and estate planning. Has attended numerous related conferences and served as committee member. Member/director of several civic and public organizations. Moderator of Accounting Honor Society.
|Huldah A. Ryan, Professor (PhD, University of Houston)
Teaches courses in accounting principles and intermediate accounting. Recent research interests include strategic business alliances and current accounting issues. Has published several articles in refereed journals and presented at national and international conferences. Moderator of Iona chapter of National Association of Black Accountants (NABA).
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