Bryan joined SNHU in 2001 as the Assistant Director/Business Tutoring Coordinator and began adjunct teaching in 2003. Bouchard is an instructor of accounting.
Bouchard received his Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance, his Master of Business Administration and his Master of Science in Finance from Southern New Hampshire University.
Bouchard, a resident of Manchester, N.H., was named to the 2012 class of 40 Under Forty by the Manchester Union Leader. He was nominated for his exemplary efforts in coordinating the university’s business tutoring services and serving on the board of the Women for Women Coalition, which helps African refugees, as well as many other volunteer activities.
At SNHU Bouchard was awarded 2011-2012 Advisor of the Year and the 2010 Excellence in Teaching Award. He is also the advisor to the Phi Delta Psi fraternity and currently serves as the treasurer of the Mill Falls Charter School.
David Doyon came to SNHU in 2001 and is an assistant professor of accounting. Prior to SNHU, he worked as a controller, senior staff accountant and finance director. His research includes "Multinational corporations' management of translation exposure."
Doyon received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Southern Maine in 1989 and his Master in Business Administration from SNHU in 1997. He is a licensed CPA.
Lisa joined SNHU in 2013 as an adjunct faculty member and is now an assistant professor of accounting. Gerrish’s classes taught include Managerial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting III and Financial Accounting. Gerrish is also the President and Executive Consultant for Strategic Business Consulting New England where she provides executive financial and managerial consulting to business and nonprofit CEOs, CFOs and boards. Previously she was the CFO/VP for Business & Finance at Hiram College.
Gerrish is a Certified Public Accountant, received her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and her Master of Business Administration from the Executive MBA Program at Rollins College.
Michael joined SNHU in 2012 as an adjunct professor. Baker is now an assistant professor of accounting. Prior to SNHU, Baker worked as a senior manager of audit services for Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Baker is a certified public accountant and received his Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance from the University of Oklahoma, Master of Business Administration, Accounting from Southern New Hampshire University and is working on his PhD/d in International Business at SNHU.
Baker's teaching philosophy includes, "applying my professional work experience by engaging students with examples and discussion of real world application of business theories."
Micheline joined SNHU as an adjunct professor in 1996 and is now an associate professor of accounting. West has over 20 years of classroom and 30 years of accounting experience. West also works as a consultant providing CFO and bookkeeping services to small businesses. Prior to coming to SNHU, West was an accounting/finance professor and accounting program coordinator at Manchester Community College.
West received an Excellence in Teaching Award from SNHU in 2011.
West Received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting and her Master of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University. She also holds CPA and CMA designations.
Sylvia Singleton, an assistant professor of accounting at SNHU since 2014, is a Certified Public Accountant, and also the founder and principal of SMS Tax & Planning. Singleton has worked in private industry in the corporate sector and has also worked in the public sector as a member of small to midsize public accounting firms and a wealth management firm.
Singleton received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Accounting from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, and her Master of Science in Taxation from Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts.
William Gillett, J.D., came to SNHU in 2010 after spending the first 25 years of his career in international business and the law. Immediately prior to joining SNHU, Gillett served as president of RiverStone Resources, an international insurance and reinsurance organization specializing in the management of large, long-tail liabilities, where he was responsible for its overall strategic direction and new business acquisitions. Gillett brings a wealth of business and international partnerships, many formed as managing director for RiverStone’s European division.
Gillett holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School.
Gillett is also an active participant in New Hampshire's business and philanthropic communities including New Hampshire Public Radio, the International Institute of New England, the New Hampshire High Technology Council and the New Hampshire Writers' Project.