Dr. Seidel joined St. Francis in 2013 with 18 years of teaching and administrative experience in higher education. In addition to her teaching responsibilities in both the undergraduate and graduate business programs at SFU, Dr. Seidel is an academic advisor and member of several committees. She is the Faculty Athletic Mentor for Women’s Softball and the academic advisor for Delta Phi Epsilon and the SFU Dance Club.
Dr. Seidel earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Geneva College, an M.B.A. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) with a specialization in Advanced Accounting from Northcentral University. Dr. Seidel is also a licensed CMA (Certified Management Accountant).
Prior to joining the faculty at SFU, Dr. Seidel served as both accounting faculty and the director of education at Cambria-Rowe Business College in Johnstown, PA. She also held an adjunct faculty position at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, PA. Before becoming an educator, Dr. Seidel was an accountant for a large property and casualty insurance agency. She simultaneously worked part-time for a CPA firm and was an independent consultant, providing accounting and computerized accounting services to local clients for almost twenty years. Currently, Dr. Seidel works as an accuracy reviewer for several publishing companies.
With her busy schedule, Dr. Seidel still finds time to serve her community. She is a 2010 graduate of the John B. Gunter Leadership Initiative and a long-time, active member of the Red Cross board of directors. Additionally, she serves in various capacities at her local church.
Dr. Seidel is a native of the Johnstown area and currently resides in Upper Yoder Township with her husband and their two children. Dr. Seidel’s daughter is a proud SFU graduate, and her son is a current SFU student. She loves sports, the beach, and spending time with their large family.
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