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Miller, Mary
Mary
J.
Miller
M.B.A., C.P.A.
Instructor
Business
Accounting
203-479-4556
MAXY127A
Maxcy Hall
About Me

    Certification – CITP June 2013 Required three years of consulting in Information Technology.

    I actively consult with companies who are at varying stages of business process reengineering. Specifically, I address accounting controls, reporting and accounting software systems. This enables me to bring the newest technology and processes back to the classroom. Teaching is hands-on and applied learning techniques in the areas of analysis, cases and software usage. 

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    Education

    MBA, University of New Haven, 2006.
    Major: MBA 

    BS, University of New Haven, 1982.
    Major: Accounting

    Awards and Honors

    UNH Academic Service Learning Scholar, UNH. (2008).

    UNH COB Excellence in Teaching, UNH  COB. (2006). 

    Outstanding Discussion Leader, CSCPA. (1999).

    Outstanding Instructor, AICPA. (1998).

    Published Intellectual Contributions

    Refereed Journal Articles

    Miller, M. J., Goldberg, M., Kruth, C. (2007). Management Repercussions of the Increased Tax on Americans Working Overseas. International Business & Economics Research Journal, 6(11), 31-38.

    Presentations Given

    Miller, M. J., Clute--Voted Best in Session, "Tax Consequences of the new Foreign Income Tax Provisions on doing business overseas." (2006). 

    Miller, M. J., Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Meeting, "Who really completed my income tax return? Ethical Issues in Outsourcing Tax Preparation." (November 2004).

    Miller, M. J., Lane, S., CT Accounting Forum for Educators, "Active Learning Techniques--A Business Plan Approach to Managerial Accounting." (October 2004).

    Professional Positions

    Academic

    Lecturer and Instructor, University of New Haven. (2003 - Present).
    Accounting Information Systems, Introduction to Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Federal Taxation

    Practitioner in Residence, University of New Haven. (August 2001 - 2003). 

    Instructor, Gateway Community Technical College. (2000 - 2003).
    Cost Accounting, Introduction to Financial Accounting

    AICPA Course Instructor, Internal Controls Computerized Environment. (1996 - 1999). 

    Instructor, Housatonic Community Technical College. (1993 - 1995).
    Accounting Information Systems and Introduction to Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Cost Accounting and Intermediate Accounting

     

    Professional

    Owner, Mary J. Miller, CPA. (August 2001 - Present).
    Consulting in Accounting Information Systems design, installation and training.

    Owner, Mary J. Miller, CPA. (June 1991 - July 2001).
    Business advisory service, tax preparation services.

    Manager, Bailey, Moore, Glazer, Schaefer and Proto. (January 1982 - May 1991).
    Began as staff accountant, rose to manager before leaving

    Consulting

    For Profit Organization

    Various companies and organizations. General accounting system consulting including needs analysis, software training, process reengineering, internal control review. (1992 - Present).

    Various Organizations. Tax consulting services to include technology usage, code changes, planning and execution of preparation. (1992 - Present).

    CathoNet  LLC and FACTS Inc. •Project implementation and planning –standardized software, multiple locations
    • Training on standard software and cloud technology
    • Software integration and Quickbooks (2010 - 2012).

    Bailey, Moore & Glazer. Certified Public Accountants: responsibilities included audit and tax assignments and business advisory functions. (1982 - 1992).

     

    Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)

    U.S. Catholic Church. Accounting Software need assessment, project planning, training  and implementation.
    Internal control system design
    Standardization and business process reengineering. (2009 - Present).

    Professional Service

    Committee Member, CSCPA Educators Committee, Ct.
    Served as committee member to Industry group who provide opportunities and support for students interested in studying accounting in college. 

    Teaching Experience

    University of New Haven

    ACCT 1101, Intro Financial Accounting, 2 courses.

    ACCT 1102, Introduction to Managerial Accounting, 1 course.

    ACCT 2220, Intermed Financial Acct I, 1 course.

    ACCT 2250, Accounting Information Systems, 2 courses.

    ACCT 4433, Auditing & Assurance Services, 1 course.

    ACCT 4450, Fraud and Investigative Accounting, 1 course.

    ACCT 4598, Internship, 1 course.

    ACCT 6641, Accounting Information Systems, 1 course.

    MGMT 4598, Internship, 1 course.

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