- New York, 1981
|M.S.||Accounting||University at Albany, SUNY|
I am excited to help students learn the language of business, accounting. I want to make numbers come alive and be useful to students in their business and accounting careers. Using real-world examples in class, I strive to make each class relevant, and to connect the importance of accounting with other college courses and experiences.
I love being a part of the Siena Community, a group of dedicated students, professors, and support staff. All of us focus on the importance of the individual and support each other in achieving both professional and personal goals. I also love that Siena students stay connected with me once they graduate.
Taxation I, of course, Intermediate Accounting I and II.
|Professional Specialist in Taxation||Siena College||2014 - Now|
|Director, Master of Accounting Program||Siena College||2013 - 2014|
|Lecturer in Accounting||Siena College||2013 - 2014|
|Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting||Siena College||2010 - Now|
|Visiting Instructor of Accounting||Siena College||2010 - 2013|
|Professional Trainer||New York State CSEA||2002 - Now|
|Program Director - Business Administration and Accounting||Sage after Work||2000 - 2010|
|Lecturer in Accounting||Siena College||1996 - 2010|
|Assistant Professor of Accounting||The Sage Colleges||1984 - Now|
|Owner||Elaine M. Phelan, CPA||1984 - Now|
|Assistant Professor of Accounting||The Sage Colleges||1984 - 2010|
|Audit Manager||Price Waterhouse Coopers||1980 - 1984|
|Audit Manager - Accounting Programs||Ernst & Young||1978 - 1980|
|TUE:||11:15 AM-02:45 PM|
|WED:||09:30 AM-11:30 AM|
|THU:||11:15 AM-12:45 PM|
Consequences of Alernative Minimum Tx (AMT) on Society
I strive to develop a chain to connect prior knowledge acquired with current material. Building on the past helps students gain confidence and reach new goals. Also, my personal goal is to make each class count. A student knows more at the end of each class than he/she did at the beginning of class. I also believe that I am enthusiastic about what I do and show that enthusiasm to students in my teaching.