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  • ANDREA ALSTON ROBERTS aar5u@virginia.edu 434-243-1561 McIntire School of Commerce University of Virginia Rouss & Robertson Halls, East Lawn P.O. Box 400173 Charlottesville, VA 22904 _______________________________________________________________________ ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Assistant Professor at the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia, 2008 – Present Assistant Professor of Accounting, Boston College, 1999 – 2008 Instructor, The George Washington University, 1995 – 1998 EDUCATION The George Washington University, 2000 Ph.D in Business Administration: Accounting Minor: Micro Economics Towson State University, 1990 B.S. in Accounting Certified Public Accountant, 1991 COURSES TAUGHT University of Virginia: Cost Accounting (undergraduate), Special Topics in Financial Accounting (MSA) Boston College: Managerial Accounting (undergraduate), Financial Statement Analysis (undergraduate and MBA), and Financial Accounting (undergraduate) The George Washington University: Financial Accounting (undergraduate) and Financial Statement Analysis (undergraduate)
  • 2 RESEARCH Publications: “Misreporting Fundraising: How do Nonprofit Organizations Account for Telemarketing Campaigns?” with E. Keating and L. Parsons. GNP Section of AAA Best Annual Meeting Paper, 2007. The Accounting Review (March 2008). “Management of Financial Information in Charitable Organizations: The Case of Joint Cost Allocations,” with C. Jones, The Accounting Review (January 2006) “The Implications of Joint Cost Standards for Charity Reporting,” Accounting Horizons (March 2005) “The Cost Effectiveness of Nonprofit Telemarketing Campaigns,” with E. Keating and L. Parsons, New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising (December 2003) “Compensation to Managers of Charitable Organizations: An Empirical Study of the Role of Accounting Performance,” with W. Baber and P. Daniel. GNP Section of AAA Best Annual Meeting Paper, 1998. The Accounting Review (July 2002). “Charitable Organizations' Strategies and Program Spending Ratios,” with W. Baber and G. Visvanathan, Accounting Horizons (December 2001) Working papers: “Moving Beyond the Program Ratio: An Analysis of how Charities use Revenues” with C. Jones, K. Kitching, and P. Smith. 2009. Under review at The Accounting Review Works in progress: “The Impact of Accounting Discretion and Strategic Decisions on Reported Administrative Spending: Evidence from a Survey of Nonprofit Executive Directors” with L. Parsons and C. Pryor “Are Charity Costs Sticky” with C. Jones and K. Kitching “Spending on Programs versus Spending on Executive Compensation: A Test of the Agency Problem in Nonprofits” “Meeting or Beating Performance Benchmarks: Evidence from the Charities Market,” with C. Jones and K. Kitching Conference Activity and Other Invited Presentations: American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 2007
  • 3 University of North Carolina, Charlotte, 2007 North Carolina State University, 2007 University of Oregon, 2007 University of Virginia, 2007 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 2006 College of William and Mary, 2006 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 2004 University of Central Florida, 2003 American Women’s Society of CPA’s, Boston Chapter, Annual Dinner Speaker, 2003 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 2002 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, 1998 National Association of Black Accountants Annual Conference, 1996 SERVICE ACTIVITIES University Service: Co-faculty advisor, AHANA Management Academy, 2005 – present Carroll School of Management Undergraduate Advisor, 1999 – present Houston Traveling Fellowship Review Committee, 2005 and 2006 Undergraduate Leadership Awards Committee, 2005 Co-chair, Teaching Excellence Committee, 2002 – 2004 Mentor for Boston College's AHANA Association, 1999 - 2001 Carroll School of Management Undergraduate Commencement Committee, 2001-2002 Residential Life Faculty Fellow, 2000 - 2001 Other Professional Service: Ad-hoc Reviewer: The Accounting Review; Accounting Horizons, The Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance; Public Administration Review Reviewer and discussant for annual and mid-year AAA Meetings – Government and Nonprofit Section, 2003 – 2006 and Faculty Diversity and Initiatives Section, 2005 - 2007 National Association of Black Accountants Case Competition Judge, 1998 and 1999
  • 4 Ph.D. Project Conference Planning Committee, 1995 Professional Memberships: American Accounting Association The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), member Ph.D. Project Accounting Doctoral Students Association (Charter Member) Institute of Management Accountants GRANTS AND HONORS Excellence in Accounting Research Award, AAA’s Faculty Diversity and Initiatives Section, 2006 Boston College Research Expense Grant, 2004 - 2007 Boston College Undergraduate Faculty Research Fellowship, 2002 KPMG Peat Marwick Doctoral Fellowship, 1994 - 1999 The George Washington University Doctoral Fellowship, 1994 - 1996 GNP Section of AAA Dissertation Grant, 1999 AAA Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1996 NABA’s Travis Tomlin Scholarship Award, 1995 - 1996 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Manager, Ernst & Young, L.L.P., Baltimore, MD, 1992 – 1994. Special Services Consulting Practice Advanced Staff, Ernst & Young, L.L.P., Baltimore, MD, 1990 – 1992. Audit Practice