Nadia A. Rogers, associate professor of practice in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems of the Pamplin College of Business, has been appointed by Gov. Ralph Northam to serve on the Virginia Board of Accountancy.

Rogers is the educator member of the seven-member board, which regulates certified public accountants in Virginia and provides consumer protection through examination and licensing of CPA individuals and firms, enforcement of its statutes and regulations, peer review oversight, and continuing professional education.

Before joining Virginia Tech in 2015, Rogers worked in public accounting, most recently as a partner with Creedle, Jones & Alga, and previously as a senior manager at KPMG’s audit practice in Richmond, Virginia. Her professional contributions include chairing the Virginia Board of Accountancy’s peer review oversight committee, conducting peer reviews of firms, and speaking on the topic at conferences. 

Rogers teaches a variety of courses, including Forensic and Investigative Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, and Principles of Accounting at Virginia Tech, which is ranked in the nation’s top 25 for its undergraduate and master’s programs in accounting. 

In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she is director of the master of accounting and information systems program and advisor of its accounting analytics, audit, and financial services options. 

Rogers works closely with KPMG, as Virginia Tech is one of nine high-quality universities in the country participating in the firm’s master of accounting with data and analytics program.

A Virginia Tech alumna, Rogers earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in accounting.