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					BARBARA L. MAROTTA, CPA, MBA                       (516) 781-5217
2315 Neptune Avenue                                e-mail
Seaford, NY 11783

 Assistant Professor, Marymount Manhattan College, Department of Accounting and
  Business Management, 9/94 to present
 Adjunct Instructor, St. John's University and Dowling College, 9/91 to 5/94
 Courses Taught
     Principles of Accounting I                  Principles of Accounting II
     Intermediate Financial Accounting I         Intermediate Financial Accounting II
     Advanced Financial Accounting               Auditing Concepts and Methods
     Accounting For Small Business               Senior Seminar (Strategy)
     Financial Statement Analysis                Non-Profit Business Plans
     Internal Auditing                           Quicken for Small Business

 Reorganized Principles of Accounting I & II and Intermediate Accounting I & II,
  from a traditional class format to a computerized learning environment
 Developed a BS/MBA Program between Marymount Manhattan College and St
  John’s University
 Organized the Accounting Society and Tutor Programs
 Reorganized the Accounting Major by developing new concentrations in Internal
  Auditing and Management Accounting
 Developed a service-learning course in accounting
 Served on various school committees (Chair of the Faculty Budget and Welfare
  Committee, Assessment Outcomes, Budget and Planning)

 Collaboration with Phil Wolitzer on his book, Accounting Ethics, 1999
 “Management Skills for the Internal Auditor.” Internal Auditing Alert Newsletter,
  February 1999, VOL 19, Gorham & Lamont RIA Group
 “Internships for Internal Auditors.” Internal Auditing Alert Newsletter, April 1999,
  VOL 20, Gorham & Lamont RIA Group
 “The Case of Crazy Eddie, Inc.” Internal Auditing Report Newsletter, January 2000,
  VOL 1, Gorham & Lamont RIA Group
 “The Case of Doughtier Foods, Inc.” Internal Auditing Report Newsletter, February
  2000, VOL 1, Gorham & Lamont RIA Group
 “The Case of the Trolley Dodgers.” Internal Auditing Report Newsletter, March
  2000, VOL 20, Gorham & Lamont RIA Group
 AICPA Conference on Education, 1996-2000
 The American Association for Higher Education Learning by Doing, March 1998
 Participated in a Round Table with the NYC President of the Institute of Internal
  Auditor, February 1999
 Outcomes Assessment Symposium, April 1999

 Treasurer of Seaford Historical Society, 1980-1998
 Treasurer of A Spiritual Gathering, 1996-present
 Presentation at the Baldwin Public Library, “Starting Your Own Business,” 1997,
 New York State Society of CPAs committee service (Recruitment for CPA’s and
  Non-profit Organizations), 1997-present

 Controller, Sandata Inc. (a consolidated public Co.), 3/90 to 8/92
 Accountant, Suffolk Center Enterprise Corp., 3/88 to 3/90
 Public Accounting, Farber, Blicht & Eyerman, CPA, 1987-1988; Urbach, Kahn &
  Werlin, CPA, 1985-1986

 St. John's University, New York, M.B.A. in Accounting, 3.5 GPA, with honors, 1990
 St. John's University, New York, B.S. in Accounting. Graduated cum laude with 3.8
  index in Accounting, 3.6 GPA (4.0 basis), 1985. Honors and Memberships: The
  Executive-in-Residence Honors Program; International Honor Society in Economics;
  Business Honor Society; Accounting Society

AICPA; Certified Public Accountant; NYS Society of CPA’s; and Internal Auditors

Strong PC and Internet skills; proficient with spreadsheets, databases, word-processing,
Windows, and accounting applications programs.


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