Published "Measuring the Financial Transparency in Christian Colleges" in the Journal of Biblical Integration in Business.
Presenations include: "Equipping Accounting Majors for the Marketplace: Are Christian Colleges Ready for the Implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)?" at the Christian Business Faculty Association, annual meeting, Tampa, Florida (2010); presented "An Accounting Project that Serves the University," at the Christian Business Faculty Association, Rogers, Ark. (2009); presented doctoral dissertation, "The Adequacy of Church Financial Reporting in Eastern Washington" at the Christian Business Faculty Association Meeting (2006). Presented a paper, "The Impact of Faith on Ethical Choices in Business," to the Spokane Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants (2005); discussant on accounting issues at the Christian Business Faculty Association annual meeting (2005); presentations on Christian traditions and ethics at the CBFA annual meeting (2004).
Board Member and Chair of the Christian Business Faculty Association, which assists and encourages Christian business faculty in the study, integration, teaching, and application of Biblical truths in service to the academy, students, and the business community (2010-11).
Worked as an audit and tax staff accountant for accounting firms; named Young Career Woman of the Year by the Lewiston Clarkston Business and Professional Women's Club (1985); certified public accountant in Washington.
Won Best Pedagogical Paper by the Christian Business Faculty Association (2010).