Online Advanced Graduate Business Certificate in Accounting Analytics Faculty: Ricki LivingstonRicki Livingston, MBA, Campbell School of Business, Berry College; MS Accounting, University of Connecticut School of Business, DBA Georgia State University

Ricki joined the University of Connecticut in 2014 and currently serves as Instructor In-Residence for the Accounting Department.  

Prior to joining the Accounting faculty at UConn, Ricki Livingston taught with the accounting faculty at Berry College in Rome, GA. From 2009 until 2012, she worked as the Senior Manager of Accounting and Finance at Berry College Enterprises, where she developed, implemented, and supervised various accounting systems. In addition, Ricki has experience as an independent financial accounting consultant to local businesses in the greater Rome area. She served for 23 years in an administrative capacity for a local community outreach center and continues to provide financial literacy education to underserved populations in Uganda.

Ricki teaches Financial Reporting I, Financial Reporting II for the Fundamentals in Accounting Graduate Certificate and Contemporary Issues in Financial Reporting & Analysis and Understanding the Responsibilities in the Accounting Profession in both the Master of Science in Accounting program and Advanced Business Certificate in Accounting Analytics.  On an undergraduate level, she teaches Intermediate II.

Online Advanced Graduate Business Certificate in Accounting Analytics Faculty: Joshua C. RaccaJoshua C. Racca, MBA, University of North Texas; PhD Accounting, University of North Texas

Joshua joined the University of Connecticut faculty in 2016 as an Assistant Professor In-Residence. Josh coordinates the managerial accounting course for the undergraduate school, as well as teaches courses in data analytics for the Master of Science program. Prior to joining UConn, Josh taught cost accounting and taxation courses at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, along with managerial accounting and tax for the University of North Texas.

Prior to his teaching career, Josh worked for MBNA / Bank of America in several roles, including data analysis, project management, and financial analysis. He also has owned several businesses, as well as worked as a consultant for financial and tax issues for other organizations. Josh teaches both of the Data Analytics courses in the MSA program for UConn.