Amanda Meadows

Biography

Amanda Meadows is an Instructor in Accounting in the Department of Accountancy and Legal Environment. She comes from the School of Business and Leadership at the University of Charleston where she was an Assistant Professor of Accounting since 2011. She received her BS in Accounting and Business Administration and her MBA from the University of Charleston. While at the University of Charleston, she taught a variety of accounting courses including Principles of Accounting I and II, Cost Accounting, and Federal Taxes. Amanda served on committees and roundtables as a representative for University of Charleston’s School of Business & Leadership. She also served as the faculty advisor for case competitions. Amanda is a CPA and is a member of the WVSCPAs and the Charleston Chapter of the WVSCPAs. Amanda also has professional experience in public accounting and corporate tax and controllership.

MBA, Business Administration, University of Charleston, 2005
BS, Accounting and Business Administration, University of Charleston, 2004
ACC 215: Accounting Principles
ACC 216: Principles of Accounting
ACC 613: Profit Planning & Control
Finance Board, WV Public Employees Insurance Agency, July 2017 to Present
Committee Co-Chair, WVSCPA Recruiting and Career Opportunity Project Group, 2019 to 2020
Committee Member, Bible Center Church Finance Committee, July 2010 to Present