Dina El Mahdy
Dina El Mahdy is an associate professor of accounting at Morgan State University. She received her Ph.D. in Accounting in 2011 from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her publications have appeared in Accounting and Finance, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, Journal of Accounting and Finance, and others. She is the author of Corporate Governance and the US Firm: A Review and Directions for Future Research book. El Mahdy has been teaching various accounting courses since 1997 when she was competitively hired full-time, out of a pool of 12,000 students, for an academic appointment at Cairo University. She taught at Georgetown University, American University, Cairo University, and Virginia Commonwealth University. She is on the Editorial Advisory Board of Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting (JFIA) and Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review (CGSR) Journal. Her intellectual work was featured/cited by Bloomberg, WalletHub, Credit Card Insiders, Columbia Law School, and the Global Financial Markets Center at Duke Law School. She is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and Certified Advanced Tax Preparer and Reviewer. She is currently volunteering with the CASH Campaign of Maryland and serving as a Board Member at Karina Association, Inc. El Mahdy is a public speaker, locally and internationally, on topics related to Gender Equality, Cyber Violence, and the Advancement of Women’s Rights in the Digital Age.