Alesha Graves – Asbury University
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Alesha GravesAssistant Professor of Accounting

Department: Dayton School of Business

Office: MO 412

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Alesha is an assistant professor of accounting in the Dayton School of Business. Prior to coming to Asbury University, she taught accounting courses at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College and at Mount St. Joseph University (Cincinnati). Before teaching, she held various professional positions in public accounting, working for the firms Crowe Horwath, Dean Dorton, and Barr Anderson Roberts, specializing in the tax-exempt/nonprofit and construction contracting industries and working with closely held businesses.  Alesha also worked as a financial controller for a large church in Lexington.


Alesha lives in Lexington with her husband Kevin and daughter Kelly.  In her free time, she enjoys reading, watching good movies, and learning how to cook what she calls “happy belly food.”


Degrees and Licences:

Doctor of Business Administration, concentration in Accounting; George Fox University (coursework in progress)

Master of Science in Accounting; University of Connecticut, December 2012

Bachelor of Science, major accounting; Georgetown College, May 1999

Certified Public Accountant, Kentucky (2001)



Poster presentation – “Using a Modified Version of the Monopoly(R) Board Game in an Introductory Financial Accounting Course” – Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting and the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 2016


Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Christian Business Faculty Association

past member of the American Accounting Association and the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants


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