Pamplin's Rogers re-appointed to serve on Virginia Board of Accountancy
Nadia A. Rogers, Robert M. Brown Faculty Fellow in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems of the Pamplin College of Business, has been reappointed to the Virginia Board of Accountancy by Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
Rogers is the educator member and has been elected to serve as vice chair of the seven-member board, which regulates certified public accountants in Virginia and provides consumer protection through examination and licensing of CPA individuals and firms, enforcement of its statutes and regulations, peer review oversight, and continuing professional education. She has served on the board since her initial appointment in 2019.
Virginia Tech’s motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), is a motto that I fully embrace. I am so honored to continue to serve the accounting profession in this capacity and represent Virginia Tech,” said Rogers, a professor of practice.
Before joining Virginia Tech in 2015, Rogers worked in public accounting for more than a decade, most recently as a partner with Creedle, Jones & Alga. In addition to serving on the Virginia Board of Accountancy, Rogers currently serves as a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Board of Examiners and chair of its State Board Committee as well as a member of the National Association of State Board of Accountancy’s Education Committee and Pipeline Task Force.
She has been directly involved in the CPA Evolution Initiative in addition to serving as co-chair of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Information Systems and Controls Task Force. Rogers is the former chair of the Virginia Board of Accountancy’s Peer Review Oversight Committee, has served as a peer reviewer, and is an active speaker at industry conferences.
In the classroom, Rogers has taught a variety of courses, including Principles of Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Forensic and Investigative Accounting, Information Systems Audit and Control, and Research and Analysis in Accounting. She currently teaches Forensic and Investigative Accounting and Research and Analysis in Accounting.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Rogers also serves as the director of the Master of Accounting and Information Systems Program. In this role, she has worked to expand opportunities for students by collaborating with KPMG, helping Virginia Tech become one of only 15 universities to participate in the public accounting firm’s Master of Accounting with Data and Analytics (MADA) Program.
A Virginia Tech alumna, Rogers earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in accounting.