Nadia A. Rogers
- Director of Master's of ACIS Program
M.S. Virginia Tech
Nadia A. Rogers, CPA, joined the faculty of Virginia Tech in 2015. She was previously in public practice, most recently a Partner of Creedle, Jones & Alga, P.C. Her primary responsibilities within the firm were to direct the firm’s Richmond Office and to coordinate assurance compliance of the firm as a whole. Prior to joining Creedle, Jones & Alga, P.C., Nadia was a Senior Manager in KPMG LLP’s Audit Practice in Richmond, VA.
Nadia currently serves as the educator member of the Virginia Board of Accountancy (VBOA). She is also a member of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy’s (NASBA) Education Committee. Nadia is directly involved in the CPA Evolution Initiative, leading sessions and speaking with faculty at colleges and universities across the country in addition to serving as Co-Chair of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) Information Systems and Controls Task Force. This Task Force was charged with overseeing, advising, and assisting with the development of a high-level model curricula as it relates to the Information Systems and Controls discipline that complements the new CPA Evolution licensure model. The CPA Evolution Model Curriculum is being considered by colleges and universities to determine whether changes to curricula are necessary to prepare students for success on the revised CPA Exam format. Nadia is the former Chair of the VBOA’s Peer Review Oversight Committee and has contributed to the accounting profession by performing peer reviews of firms providing accounting and auditing services to their clients in addition to performing reviews that assist firms in preparing for their peer review. Nadia was a speaker regarding the topic of peer review at the following conferences: 49th and 41st Annual Accounting and Auditing Conference sponsored by Virginia Tech and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants (VSCPA) as well as the Peer Review Oversight Committee Summit sponsored by NASBA. Additionally, she is a member of the AICPA and the VSCPA.
Nadia is a graduate of Virginia Tech, wherein she earned a B.S. with a concentration in Accounting and Information Systems as well as a Masters of Accountancy. She has authored an accounting article on biometrics in the Information Systems Control Journal, a worldwide publication on IT governance and assurance.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities at Virginia Tech, she is also the Director of our Master of Accounting and Information Systems (MACIS) Program and Advisor of the Accounting Analytics, Audit and Financial Services Options within our MACIS Program.