Alisa DiSalvo, MBA, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Otterbein College and her Masters of Business Administration - Finance from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, and she is currently a doctorate candidate. She has been an adjunct professor in undergraduate and Master of Accountancy programs at Franklin University for 14 years.
Courses taught include: Managerial Accounting, Enterprise Resource Planning, Accounting Information Systems, Advanced Auditing, Fraud and Ethics, Government NP Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Finance, Financial Planning, and Investments.
On the business side, she has taught a range of courses such as: Introduction to Business, Entrepreneurship, Project Management, Organizational Behavior, Business Analysis Techniques, and Strategic Planning, to name a few.
Alisa’s professional background is a diverse one. She began as a bookkeeper for a manufacturing company and built a career over the past 25 years in various aspects of accounting and information management. She has worked in the private sector and most recently in the public sector for the State of Ohio before moving to Wisconsin. Alisa currently consults on the side with small businesses and enjoys traveling when the time permits.