New Executive Committee Leads DU Accounting Advisory Board
The Duquesne University division of accounting has selected a new executive committee to lead its Accounting Advisory Board.
Recently named to two-year terms on the executive committee were:
- Chairman, Martin J. Dorfner Jr., managing director of Resources Global Professionals, Pittsburgh
- Vice chairman, Andrew P. Wachter, assistant vice president of finance for T.W. Phillips Gas and Oil Co., Butler
- Secretary, Thomas Garbe, assistant controller of The PNC Financial Services Group, Pittsburgh.
The Accounting Advisory Board is composed of local accounting professionals as well as the accounting faculty, the dean of the Schools of Business and representatives from the accounting student organizations. The board meets four to five times during the year to advise and assist the accounting faculty and students on factors influencing the quality of education at Duquesne University.
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