Kathleen S. Nesper, Clinical Assistant Professor, Accounting & Law Department; MBA and BS from University at Buffalo; a CPA licensed in New York State, Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) through the AICPA, a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) through the ACFE, and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) through the AICPA. Her teaching responsibilities include both undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of cost/managerial accounting and fraud examination and forensic and investigative accounting. Professor Nesper serves as the faculty advisor to Beta Alpha Psi and has taught in the undergraduate UB Singapore program. Prior to joining the UB faculty, Professor Nesper was on faculty in the accounting and MIS department at Daemen College, was a controller at General Motors Corporation and worked as an auditor with the firms of Deloitte, Haskins & Sells and Coopers & Lybrand. She is engaged in pro-bono consulting work with many area nonprofit organizations. Her current interest is in developing hands-on data analytic materials to embed in her courses.
Lorrie A. Metzger, Clinical Assistant Professor, Accounting & Law Department; MBA , University at Buffalo; BS, Rochester Institute of Technology; CPA, New York and CISA. Her teaching responsibilities include an undergraduate course in the area of accounting information systems, a graduate course data analytics for accountants, and a graduate course in the area of information technology auditing. Professor Metzger is also the Faculty Director of the School of Management Undergraduate Honors Program. Prior to joining the UB faculty, Professor Metzger was a Senior Auditor in the Internal Audit Departments at both First Niagara Financial Group and at M&T Bank. She worked as a Senior Consultant for the Enterprise Risk Services group of Deloitte and started her career as an auditor for the Arthur Andersen firm. Additionally, Professor Metzger taught undergraduate accounting as a Teaching Assistant while pursuing her MBA.