Ushi researches disclosures in the nonprofit space. She specialises in the financial disclosures, governance and accountability of nonprofit organisations. Ushi has a PhD which examined ‘Factors influencing the extent of accounting disclosures made in the annual reports of publicly reporting Australian not-for-profit organisations’. Her current research projects include exploring people’s perceptions to financial disclosures, the influence of various factors (such as resource dependency, board financial expertise and technical capacity) on financial disclosures and the relationship between governance and financial transparency within the Australian nonprofit context. Ushi is actively involved with industry partners like CPA Australia, in particular CPA Australia’s nonprofit discussion group.
In addition to having worked in Corporate, Insurance, Hospitality and Education, Ushi has completed a PhD, two Masters in Accounting (both with distinction), and a BSc (Hon) in Economics & Finance.