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Associate Professor of Accountancy, Miami University

Prior to obtaining my PhD at the University of Pittsburgh, I spent 11 years in public accounting. When I left practice, I was a senior manager in Ernst & Young's transaction tax advisory group. My research interests combine my work experience and my academic training. I am primarily interested in using psychological theory to better understand the judgment and decision making of auditors and tax professionals. My research examines how institutional and environmental factors may bias accounting professionals' judgments, and identifies interventions to mitigate these biases. I am currently an Assistant Professor at Miami University.


  • 2022–present
    Associate professor, Miami University
  • 2005–2022
    Assistant professor, Miami University
  • 1999–2009
    Senior Manager, Transaction Tax, EY