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Associate Professor of Accounting
Florida International University
Kenneth Henry was an ACCA Council Member from 2010-2019, and currently chairs ACCA’s Governance Design Committee. He also sits on ACCA’s Global Forum on Audit and Assurance, and represents ACCA on the International Internal Audit Standards Board (IIASB) – the global standard-setting body for the Institute of Internal Auditors.
Kenneth started his career in 1973 and spent the first 20 years in public practice with PwC, in Jamaica and the USA. Most recently, since 2000, he earned his PhD and is now Clinical Professor of Accounting at Florida International University. In that role, he designs, delivers, and assists in academic quality reviews of graduate and undergraduate courses in Accounting, Auditing, and Information Systems
Dr Jane Towers-Clark is Head of Academic Partnerships, ACCA. A graduate from Exeter University, she started her career as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst and Young, London. She went on to work as a lecturer in accountancy in Singapore and as an auditor in Australia before returning to the UK and going on to become Head of Accounting, Finance and Economics at Oxford Brookes University.
Jane is co-author of the text book 'Accounting: A Smart Approach' and has a Doctorate in Education from the Institute of Education, UCL.