Partial Listing of Teaching Faculty
George R. Young II, Ph.D. (Academic Program Director)
- Assoc. Member Assoc. Certified Fraud Examiners.
- CPA and Masters in Taxation
- Nine years in tax practice.
- Published articles in Internal Auditing, The CPA Journal, and The Journal of Accountancy.
- Ph.D. in Accounting and Juris Doctor from Notre Dame.
- Extensive industry experience.
- Many published articles in the areas of fraud, internal auditing, and accounting-related litigation.
- Head of the Economic Crime Unit with the Broward Sheriff’s Office; 14 years experience in money laundering, RICO actions, white collar crime, identity theft, and other types of investigations involving burglary, robbery, and homicide.
- Testified in both Federal and State courts on narcotics interdiction, money laundering, white collar crime and other cases in New York, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Texas
- Has specialized training in electronic surveillance, criminal investigation, hostage negotiation, and organized crime investigation
- Involved in law enforcement since 1978 (1978-1980: Corrections, 1981-present: Police)
Partial Listing of School of Accounting Executive Programs Administrative Staff
- Student Services Coordinator
- Has worked in the Executive Accounting Programs for many years.
- B.A. in education from Florida State University.
- Worked with the Florida Legislature for two years.
- IT Manager
Program Advisory Board and Contributing Professionals
James A. DiGabriele, CPA, CFE, CFSA, DABFA, MSc, MST, Cr.FA
- Director– Forensic Accounting and Litigation Support and managing partner of DiGabriele, McNulty & Co., LLC, Certified Public Accountants.
- Recent cases have included business interruption losses, wages losses, economic damage calculations, professional liability damages, inventory losses, loss of earnings, bond claims, fraud, financial motive, subrogation, breach of contract damages, environmental clean-up damages, all matrimonial issues, business valuations and alternative dispute resolution.
- June 1998, Recognized as CPA Vision Pathfinder by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
- See “Teaching Faculty” above.
Tami C. Wilson, CPA
- Partner – Litigation Support, Morrison, Brown, Argiz, & Farra, LLP.
- Matrimonial litigation issues involving equitable distribution, alimony and child support issues, lifestyle analysis, and other matters pertaining to divorce. Economic damages, wrongful termination and business valuation experience includes eminent domain, valuation of stock options and closely held businesses.
- Qualified as an expert witness in Florida State Courts. Particularly in Broward, Dade and Palm Beach Counties, Federal District Court in Miami, Florida.
Will Yancey, Ph.D.
- CPA and Master of Business Taxation.
- Extensive publications in audit sampling, litigation support, and tax audits.
- Expert consultant on audit sampling and audit data analysis.
- Expert consultant on recovering overpayments to vendors.
- Expert consultant on damage valuations in complex civil litigation, tax and accounting malpractice.
Jason Liberty, MS, CPA