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Sarah Webber

Associate Professor

Full-Time Faculty

School of Business Administration: Accounting


Email: Sarah Webber
Phone: 937-229-2432
Miriam Hall 415
Curriculum Vitae: Read CV


Sarah Webber is an associate professor in the Department of Accounting at the University of Dayton (UD).  She currently serves as the chair of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc) Committee, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Faculty Coordinator, and Assurance of Learning (AoL) Coordinator.  Sarah has taught taxation courses in the undergraduate and graduate programs and designed a required Business Law for Accountants course in the MPAcc program. Prior to teaching, Sarah worked in the Lead Tax Services practice at Deloitte and also practiced as an attorney in the Cleveland office of Brouse McDowell.

Sarah’s research interests include tax whistleblowing, nonprofit fraud, small and medium-sized accounting practices, tax compliance and corporate law.  Sarah has published in law and accounting journals including Virginia Tax Review, Administrative Law Review, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Nonprofit Management & Leadership, The CPA Journal, The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research, The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research, Research in Accounting Regulation, and the Journal of Taxation.  Sarah has also completed sponsored research projects for the Edinburgh Group and the International Federation of Accountants and has contributed several articles to The Conversation


  • Capital University, L.L.M. Taxation
  • The Ohio State University, J.D.
  • University of Dayton, MBA
  • University of Dayton, BS (Accounting and Finance)


  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Ohio
  • Attorney at Law (Inactive), Ohio

Teaching Interests

  • Taxation
  • Business Law
  • Managerial Accounting

Selected Publications

  • Ramamoorti, S., S. Webber, and M. Khalil. 2020. Fraudsters are Exploiting Blockchains and Digital Currencies. Fraud Magazine May/June: 50-56.
  • Archambeault, D. S., and S. Webber. 2018. Fraud survival in nonprofit organizations: Empirical evidence. Nonprofit Management and Leadership 29(1):29-46.
  • Cook, J. K., K. E. Easterday, and S. Webber. 2017. Hobby or Business? Insights into the § 183 Nine-Factor Test and Taxpayer Representation. The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research 15(1):19-47.
  • Archambeault, D. S., S. Webber, and J. Greenlee. 2015. Fraud and corruption in US nonprofit entities: A summary of press reports 2008-2011. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 44(6):1194-1224.
  • Webber, S. J., and K. Davis-Nozemack. 2015. Lost Opportunities: The Underuse of Tax Whistleblowers. Administrative Law Review 67(2).