L&Q Members Combine Talents to Launch CPA Consulting Firm

A DePaul degree can be a powerful tool in the real world, even more so when two alumni come together to form a company. Julio Rodriguez (MBA ’88) and Enrique Lopez (MST ’00) use their alumni connection as the backbone for managing LRC CPA Management, a successful CPA consulting firm startup, which they founded together…

L&Q News Roundup Summer ’16

New Board Members Appointment Ledger & Quill welcomes two new members to its board: Ernie Fiorante (BUS ’91) and Joyce Carson (BUS ’90, MAC ’90). Fiorante is the chief financial officer for Inland Real Estate and Carson is the vice chancellor of finance and business enterprise for the City Colleges of Chicago. We look forward their…

SOAMIS News Roundup Summer ’16

 DePaul Business and Accounting Programs Reaccredited DePaul University’s business college and accountancy school have both earned five-year renewals of accreditation from AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).  AACSB accreditation is granted to programs that maintain the highest standards of quality in teaching, research and student achievement. It is a distinction held…

Network and Give Back Through the L&Q Recent Alumni Committee

The Recent Alumni Committee (RAC) is a sub-committee of Ledger & Quill (L&Q) made up of DePaul alumni who graduated from the School of Accountancy and MIS within the last ten years. The main goal of the committee is to encourage recent alumni participation in L&Q by organizing and participating in networking receptions, philanthropic activities, and…

DePaul Business and Accounting Programs Reaccredited

DePaul University’s business college and accountancy school have both earned five-year renewals of accreditation from AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB accreditation is granted to programs that maintain the highest standards of quality in teaching, research and student achievement. It is a distinction held by only five percent of business…