Terrie Thamer is Graduate Dept. Chair and Professor of Accounting at Brenau University where she teaches graduate and undergraduate accounting courses. Prior to joining Brenau, she worked in both industry and public accounting for over 25 years, specializing in small business planning, auditing and taxes. In addition to her academic responsibilities, Terrie teaches continuing professional education courses for the AICPA, Surgent McCoy and GSCPA and is the author of several AICPA courses.
Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Georgia and her masters in Professional Accountancy from Georgia State University. Terrie is a licensed CPA in both Georgia and Florida as well as a CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner). She is a graduate of the AACSB Bridge Program where she obtained the credential of Professionally Qualified Faculty.
In service to the profession, Terrie is a past National President of the American Woman’s Society of CPAs, a past member of the Advisory Board of Accounting Today, a Past President of the NE Georgia Chapter of the GSCPA, and past President of the Georgia Association of Accounting Educators (GAAE) and the Florida Association of Accounting Educators (FAAE). She received the Accounting Educator of the Year Award from the Educational Foundation of the Georgia Society of CPAs in 2008.