Professor Galletta teaches courses in accounting methodology, accounting research, and taxation.  Her research focuses on the impact of changes in tax and accounting regulations on the way firms conduct their operations, and builds on her years of experience in both public and private accounting.  She is also an active member of the college community and serves as the Faculty Advisor for the Accounting Society and is the Representative-at-Large for the CSI Publications Board.

Degrees

MBA, Information Science, Pace University

BS, Accounting, St. John’s University

CPA, NY

Scholarship / Publications

Professor Galletta has several projects underway.  Her articles have appeared in The CPA Journal and Today’s CPA, and she has presented her work at a conference of the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology.