Gabriel Saucedo, PhD
PhD, Accounting, Virginia Tech
MA, Accounting and Information Systems, Virginia Tech
BBA, Accounting, with Additional Concentration in Human Resource Management, Gonzaga University
Associate Professor, Department of Accounting
Building/Room: Pigott 412
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
Gabriel Saucedo joined Seattle University in 2014 from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, where he worked as a graduate assistant and completed his doctoral studies. Prior to completing his PhD, Gabriel earned his undergraduate business administration degree from Gonzaga University, and then spent 6 years with KPMG-Seattle in the audit practice, focusing on consumer product and healthcare clients.
Gabriel's research is in the area of auditor and investor decision-making, with specific focuses in feedback systems, voluntary disclosures, and human capital. In addition, Gabriel writes academic cases for classroom integration, three of which have won awards from the Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Section of the American Accounting Association. His work has been published in the International Journal of Auditing, Current Issues in Auditing, Managerial Auditing Journal, the Journal of Accounting Education, and the Review of Business. Gabriel’s teaching experience includes both undergraduate and graduate-level auditing, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and introduction to information systems. He is recognized as a KPMG Diversity Scholar, and is a faculty professor for Audit Foundations, a section of KPMG’s Business School.
Gabriel is currently a member of the Albers Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, as well as the Internal Audit Advisory Board. He also advises Seattle University’s Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP), coordinates the annual KPMG-SU Financial Accounting Case Competition, and co-chairs the American Accounting Association Western Region Awards Committee. In his spare time, Gabriel enjoys playing volleyball and has medaled in regional, national, and international tournaments.