- Senior Lecturer
- Asset Management
Mary MacAusland, CPA, PhD, is a senior lecturer at the School of Hotel Administration in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, where she teaches courses in financial and managerial accounting and financial statement analysis. Prior to joining Cornell, she was actively engaged in both academe and industry, serving in senior positions in several organizations. She was previously on the faculty at the University of New Hampshire and Franklin and Marshall College, and taught for several years at a small community college. MacAusland also worked in the life-care management and development field as a controller, and has held numerous positions with the United States Tennis Association (USTA), most recently as vice-chair of the audit committee. She served on the executive boards of USTA Middle States, and the Berks County Chapter of the American Red Cross for many years, and chaired several special events raising significant amounts for local charities. MacAusland was also a longtime member of the investment committee for the Berks County Community Foundation, where she helped to establish investment guidelines and monitor performance for $50 million in managed assets, and was integral in establishing a permanent fund with the foundation to provide grants for tennis programs for at-risk youth.
- HADM 6240 - Analysis of Financial Statements
- HADM 1210 - Financial Accounting
- PhD School of Public Affairs, Pennsylvania State University, 2012
- MBA Haub School of Business, Saint Joseph's University, 1993
- BBA Fox School of Business, Temple University, 1990