Cheri Mazza has more than 30 years of experience that includes public accounting, academics and research, financial forensics and forensic accounting, business valuation, and standard setting (FASB).
Cheri spent the early part of her career in public accounting as a tax practitioner for a regional firm in Wichita Falls, Texas. She also taught accounting at Midwestern State University and later at Virginia Commonwealth University. Relocating to Connecticut, she was employed for six years as a project manager for the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
In 2000, Cheri returned to academics, first as a professor at Fordham University in New York and then Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. During that time, she also served on the Board of Directors and was Audit Chair of a publicly-traded bank. In 2014, Cheri returned to the practice side of accounting by founding an accounting and consulting business.
Specializing in business valuation and financial forensics, Cheri provides litigation support to attorneys on various financial matters. She serves as a consulting and testifying expert in litigation matters and has published numerous articles in professional and academic journals.