In her role as coordinator of the Introduction to Managerial Accounting course, Ms. Sudano teaches large sections of the course. She also serves as an advisor to various student groups, including the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting (ALPFA) and the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA). Additionally, she advises accounting students that compete in the KPMG – ALPFA case study competition each summer, and she has also served as a faculty judge for the KPMG International Case Competition at Florida Sate University (FSU) and a faculty mentor for the FSU PwC Tax Challenge competition. During her time as a faculty member, she has received a University Undergraduate Teaching Award and the College of Business Core Values Award and has also been nominated for the Faculty Seminole Award. Prior to joining the faculty at FSU, Ms. Sudano worked at Accenture where she was responsible for the financial management of various client engagements. She is a licensed CPA in the State of Florida.
Holly Sudano - Vitae
Florida State University Undergraduate Teaching Award (2012)
College of Business Core Values Award (2008)