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Barbara Diou-Roig, D.B.A.

Assistant Professor of Business

Phone: 269-749-7499

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Dr. Barbara Diou-Roig serves as an assistant professor of business at Olivet College. She has a love for accounting and teaching, and she has been a professional accountant for 15 years. Dr. Diou-Roig started her professional career working for Essilor Industries in Puerto Rico. She started as an accounts receivable accountant and worked her way to being the senior general accountant. After moving to Michigan, she started working for Lansing Ice & Fuel, a propane delivery company, as their accounting manager for three-and-a-half years. She then moved to the State of Michigan were she was employed as the financial officer for the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan.

Dr. Diou-Roig’s educational journey started with a bachelor in business administration with a major in accounting from the University of Puerto Rico. She earned her MBA with a major in accounting and her Doctor in Business Administration from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. Her dissertation was based on the ethical decision making during the financial crisis of 2008. She is also a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and pursuing a certification for Certified Fraud Examiners and Certified Management Accountants.

Dr. Diou-Roig has been teaching for the past five years, previously teaching at Davenport University and Northwood University. She has experience teaching a variety of accounting courses, and she especially loves teaching students about forensic accounting and detection of fraud.

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