Accounting Chair Audrey Gramling named to Public Accounting Report editorial board

CSU Accounting Professor Audrey Gramling

Colorado State University Accounting Professor and Department Chair Audrey Gramling has been selected for the 2016 Professors Survey Editorial Advisory Board of the Public Accounting Report.

Along with serving on the Public Accounting Report’s Editorial Advisory Board, Gramling has been involved in a number of professional practice activities including serving as an Academic Accounting Fellow in the Office of the Chief Accountant at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, an Academic Fellow for the Corporate Governance Center at Kennesaw State University, a member of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations’ Task Force on Monitoring Controls, and a member of the Advisory Council of the COSO Internal Control – Integrated Framework Update Project.

Gramling began serving as the Accounting department chair and professor at CSU in 2014. Previously, she held the Treece Endowed Chair and was Accounting Department Professor and Chair at Bellarmine University and has been on the accounting faculty at Kennesaw State University, Georgia State University, Wake Forest University, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to earning her Ph.D. at the University of Arizona, Gramling worked as an external auditor at a predecessor firm of Deloitte and as an internal auditor at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Gramling’s community service includes activities with various organizations including local nonprofits, American Accounting Association, Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association, and Beta Alpha Psi.

About the Public Accounting Report

The Public Accounting Report is the independent newsletter of the accounting profession since 1978 and provides competitive intelligence to accounting firm leaders at firms of all sizes.

About the Editorial Advisory Board

Members of the Editorial Advisory Board for Public Accounting Report’s Annual Professors Survey act in two primary roles: they act as voluntary consultants to the PAR editorial staff on the annual professors’ survey and on issues regarding the accounting academic community; and, they act as ambassadors to the academic community on behalf of PAR. Members serve strictly in an advisory capacity. Editorial board members have no influence over survey results, are not privy to survey outcomes prior to publication and receive no compensation.