Top Instructors

Top Instructors

Wiley CMAexcel’s instructors represent the leading educators in accounting education today. You’ll have access to a full team of accredited university professors who author best-in-class study materials, deliver video lectures, provide mentoring and host live virtual classes.

Dallon Christensen

Dallon Christensen, MBA, CPA, CMA
Bettendorf Community School District

Dallon Christensen is the co-author of the Wiley CMAexcel Review course for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam. He has taught at the university level and delivers continuing professional education courses to accounting and finance professionals.

Douglas Clinton

Douglas Clinton, Ph.D., CPA, CMA
Professor and Faculty Fellow, Northern Illinois University

Prof. Clinton teaches Management Accounting (MA) at advanced and masters level. His current university research focus is on development of the MA profession, principles for MA, and advanced, principles-based MA approaches.

Kari Olsen

Kari Joseph Olsen, Ph.D., CPA, CMA
Assistant Professor, Utah State University

In addition to teaching accounting courses, Dr. Olsen has published research on management control systems and personality characteristics in Journal of Management Accounting Research, Journal of the American Taxation Association, and Issues in Accounting Education.

Steve Smith

Steve Smith, Ph.D., CMA
Associate Professor, Brigham Young University

Prof. Smith’s management accounting expertise lies in the areas of control systems, budgeting, standard costing, organizational architecture, performance measurement, and incentives. His research focuses on how managers make decisions under different control system structures.

Monte Swain

Monte Swain, Ph.D., CPA, CMA, CGMA
Deloitte & Touche Professor, Brigham Young University

A former CFO, Prof. Swain offers advanced instruction and research in management accounting and strategic performance measures. His specialties include behavioral issues in decision support systems, activity-based costing and activity-based management, among others.

Marjorie Yuschak

Marjorie Yuschak, MBA, CMA
Adjunct Professor, The College of New Jersey

In addition to teaching Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting courses, Prof. Yuschak leverages her 20+ years of experience as a former finance manager to help train executives to effectively present ideas that positively influence business outcomes.