Rachel A. Green
- Master of Accounting Program Associate Director
- Master of Accounting program
- Accounting academic area
Rachel Green attended the University of Kansas for her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting. She started her career at the Kansas City office of KPMG. She began as an external auditor for a variety of clients and industries, including aerospace, manufacturing and transportation. Green later transitioned to the director of campus recruiting, where she hired all of the interns and full-time staff for the Kansas City office. After four years at KPMG, she left to become a lecturer at KU’s School of Business. She currently teaches financial accounting to undergraduate students and advises Master of Accounting graduate students. She also serves on the board of the Educational Foundation of the Kansas Society of CPAs as secretary/treasurer.
Green lives in Prairie Village with her husband, two young daughters and beloved dog.
She loves teaching students how to become problem solvers and helping them gain confidence in their knowledge as a business student. She truly values every relationship created and says they are inspiring to her.
Fun fact: Green grew up in a small town most of her life, then moved to Kansas City halfway through high school and believes it was one of the most fun times for her and her family. It made her appreciate a good challenge.
- Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
- Intermediate Financial Accounting
Awards & Honors —
2020 Bubb-Hibbs Award for Outstanding Teaching, KU School of Business
- BKD Beta Alpha Psi Faculty Advisor
- Vice Chair, Kansas Society of CPAs Educational Foundation