Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession participants

School of Business staff and alumni introduced more than 25 minority high-school juniors to campus life and the accounting profession through Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession, sponsored by the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. The School of Business is one of 11 college campuses in New York State to offer the three-day residential program. Here COAP students are on a site visit to The Bonadio Group.

Richard Burton Esq. ’86 published “Employees Gone Wild” and “Godsent,” the latter optioned as a major motion picture by Imprint Entertainment.

Caleb J. Cornelius ’09, was named associate vice president of student business services for Broward College in Fort Lauderdale.

Michael Glaser BS ’94 was named firmwide chair of the corporate group for Perkins Coie LLP.

Sunil Mahabeer, C.P.M. ’02 was named vice president of global sourcing for Barclays Capital.

Sharmaine Moseley ’93, MBA ’13 was named executive director of the City of San Diego Citizens’ Review Board on Police Practices.

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