Carol Yacht, firstname.lastname@example.org, is an educator and author of technology-based accounting textbooks. Carol authors QuickBooks Online (3/e), QuickBooks Desktop (9/e), and Sage Peachtree (21/e), textbooks. Carol taught on the faculties of California State University-Los Angeles, West Los Angeles College, Yavapai College, and Beverly Hills High School. She started using accounting software in her classes in 1980. Carol’s teaching career includes first and second year accounting courses, accounting information systems, and computer accounting.
Since 1989, Carol’s textbooks have been published by McGraw-Hill. She contributes regularly to professional journals and is the Editor of the American Accounting Association's Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum section's The Accounting Educator.
Carol Yacht was an officer of AAA’s Two-Year College section and recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award. She is a board member of the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance; worked for IBM Corporation as an education instruction specialist; serves on AAA’s Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum section’s research, instructional, and hall of honor award committees; and works for Intuit and Sage as a consultant. Carol earned her MA degree from California State University-Los Angeles, BS degree from the University of New Mexico, and AS degree from Temple University.
Susan V. Crosson is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at Emory University and the Director of the Center for Advancing Accounting Education for the American Accounting Association. Previously she was a Professor and Coordinator of Accounting at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, FL. She has also taught on the faculties of University of Florida, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Oklahoma, Johnson County Community College, and Kansas City Kansas Community College.
Susan continues to be guided by her mission to create a learning process as individual as each student requires to master the course content and actively apply with confidence what's learned. She is pleased to be able to speak and write on the effective use of technology throughout the accounting curriculum. In addition to her over 300 YouTube videos, she has co-authored several accounting textbooks including the Computer Accounting Essentials series. Susan earned her Master of Science in Accounting from Texas Tech University and her undergraduate degree in accounting and economics from Southern Methodist University. She is a CPA.
Matthew Lowenkron, email@example.com, teaches QuickBooks, Financial and Managerial Accounting, Uses of Accounting Information, Business Communication, and Income Tax Preparation at Glendale Community College in Arizona. Previous to teaching, Matthew worked as a tax accountant. He is an Enrolled Agent. Matt earned his BSBA degree in Management at Northern Arizona University and completed his post-baccalaureate in Accounting at Arizona State University.