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Lindsay M. Andiola

Adjunct , Accountancy
Bachelor of Science Business Administration, American University, 2005

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Lindsay Andiola is a CPA and a 2011 Accounting Doctoral Scholar recipient. Lindsay graduated Magna cum Laude from American University (2005) with a BSBA, specializing in Accounting & Finance. Lindsay worked at KPMG for four years in their Assurance practice in both their DC and NYC offices. As a senior associate she worked in a variety of industries including federal government, defense and financial services. She spent an additional three years as Finance Associate at Ripplewood Holdings, LLC a private equity organization in NYC.

Teaching Interests

Auditing, Accounting Information Systems, Financial Accounting

Research Interests

Lindsay's research interests are focused on auditor judgment and decision making, auditor-auditor interactions, performance feedback in the audit environment, auditor coaching and training, the use of technology in the audit environment.

Awards and Honors

Accounting Doctoral Scholar, AICPA Foundation
2013, American Accounting Association Doctoral Fellow, Deloitte and the American Accounting Association


Journal Article(s)
Andiola, L. (2014). Performance Feedback in the Audit Environment: A Review and Synthesis of Research on the Behavioral Effects. Journal of Accounting Literature.

Conference Presentations

Andiola, L. M., Downey, D. H., Noga, T. J., Spilker, B. C. (2014). "The Interactive Effects of Feedback Sign and Source on Indian Tax Professionals' Satisfaction: A Social Identity Perspective." Presented at the Bentley University's SAC Workshop.


Professional Service
Moderator for ABO Conference, 2014 - 2014
Reviewer, Conference Paper for Auditing Section Midyear Conference 2014 - 2014