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Financial Executives International appoints Associate Professor of Accounting Sri Ramamoorti to national board

Dr. Sri Ramamoorti was recently elected to the National Board of Directors of Financial Executives International (FEI). At the University of Dayton since 2017, Ramamoorti is an Associate Professor of Accounting in the School of Business Administration and a Sustainability Scholar affiliated with UD’s Hanley Sustainability Institute. He teaches financial and managerial accounting to MBA students, and fraud examination as well as accounting and business ethics to MPAcc students. Ramamoorti has published in academic journals such as Management Science, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Journal of Information Systems, and Accounting Horizons, as well as in practitioner journals such as The CPA Journal, Strategic Finance, and Internal Auditor.

 A former FEI CEO, as well as two past FEI Board Chairs, nominated Ramamoorti to the position, and his former teaching colleague in the SBA, Rick Stover, who is President of the FEI Dayton Chapter, endorsed the nomination. Ramamoorti joins FEI Board members who are distinguished, senior financial executives representing large U.S. companies and organizations such as General Motors, Google, HOLT CAT, Microsoft, Moody’s, and the National State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), among others.

“As the only academic on the FEI’s newly formed Board of Directors for 2021-2022, Ramamoorti will bring favorable publicity and visibility to the University of Dayton and the School of Business Administration,” said Interim Dean Trevor Collier. Given his breadth and depth of technical proficiency on accounting, finance, and technology topics, Ramamoorti will have an important role to play in bringing practice-relevant research to the Board’s attention; advancing research on environmental, social and governance topics; tracking technology trends and digital transformation efforts under way at the major accounting firms; as well as furthering ideas regarding executive education and upskilling for CFOs, corporate controllers and treasurers.

Read the press release.

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