Richard Monbrod is a senior professor at DeVry University where he specializes in financial accounting. He shares his expertise with students by teaching various business, finance and accounting courses, and he also has assisted with the DeVry University Senior Project Program.
For over twenty years, Mr. Monbrod has played a vital role in both the Chicago campus community and the business and management department. He founded the DeVry-Chicago Student Achievement Scholarship, helping several students to take advantage of DeVry University’s business program and begin successful careers. In addition to teaching at DeVry University, Mr. Monbrod has spent time teaching at Elgin Community College and Robert Morris College. He also has served as a program administrator for the Corporation for Affordable Housing in McHenry County, a financial consultant for Turner Associates and a staff accountant for Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
Mr. Monbrod is currently a member of the Institute of Management Accountants, Institute of Internal Auditing, American Accounting Association and the Illinois Accounting Teachers Conference – Planning Committee. He has twice been honored with DeVry University’s Ron Taylor President’s Award, for founding the DeVry University Student Achievement Scholarship and for excellence in teaching.
- Believes it is essential for accounting professionals to be comfortable with the application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in a global business environment.
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- It is imperative that accounting professionals know how to utilize technology in an efficient manner. Accountants should also possess a solid understanding of how technology can be effectively implemented in order to improve financial and managerial reporting, as well as corporate audits.
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