Accounting Mentor List

Sheila Lozan

Lozan, Sheila

Job Title: Associate Professor, Accounting, Bellevue College Founder, Sheila R Lozan CPA PLLC
Company: Bellevue College and Sheila R Lozan CPA PLLC
Industry: Accounting Education and Public Accounting


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Job Description

  • At Bellevue College I teach Accounting 201 and 202 (Financial Accounting) and Accounting 203 (Managerial Accounting) as well as chair the Business Transfer Program. As the chair, I am responsible for mentoring and recruiting faculty, program review, engagement management, and the first point of contract for the program.
  • At Sheila R Lozan CPA PLLC, please see company description below

Company Description

  • Bellevue College - Higher Education Accounting Instruction, as well as Chairing the Business Transfer Program. The Business Transfer Program has 1400 majors and an estimated 200 to 400 students considering the major. It is the largest Business Transfer program in the State of Washington.
  • Sheila R Lozan CPA PLLC - Accounting Services, Consulting, and Tax Services for Small Businesses and Individuals, helping small businesses and individuals achieve their financial goals by listening to their concerns and acting as a financial advisor, minimizing tax liability, finding solutions to business needs, and creating long-term professional relationships with integrity.

Employment History

Academia: Bellevue College, Seattle University, North Seattle College

Public Accounting: PricewaterhouseCoopers

Business: Sheila R Lozan CPA PLLC

Education

CPA License

Masters of Accounting, University of Southern California

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting, Seattle University

Mentoring Objectives & Scope

I believe that every student can be successful. By mentoring, I can help students to explore their career paths, discuss the importance of networking and making connections, and provide students an avenue with understanding the transition from academia. I expect for mentees to show up, be engaged, and ask questions.

When and where do you hold meetings with your students?

Virtual Meetings