Amber Rudolph, ’95, was named the Outstanding Accounting Alumnus of the Year at the 30th annual Department of Accounting Scholarship and Awards Celebration on Oct. 21. With 16 years of experience in auditing, financial reporting and accounting, Rudolph has worked with small privately held corporations and large multinational SEC registered companies. She also has significant experience with U.S. GAAP and U.S. GAAS. She is the director of internal audit at Pioneer Drilling Company.
Joining Pioneer Drilling Company in April 2010, Rudolph manages audit engagements for the public company, assists the company with process improvement and conducts annual risk assessments. Prior to her work at Pioneer Drilling Company, she worked for 15 years at Ernst & Young, LLP in San Antonio and completed her tenure there as the audit senior manager.
A certified public accountant, she is a member of the Chief Audit Executive Roundtable and serves on the Audit Committee for the Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas. An active supporter of UTSA, she is also a member of the UTSA College of Business Accounting Advisory Board. Professionally, Rudolph is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors, Texas Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.
The UTSA Department of Accounting recognizes the accomplishments of accounting alumni by awarding the Outstanding Alumni award each year at the annual Scholarships and Awards Reception held in the fall. Individuals are chosen based on their career accomplishments and their active participation and support of the department, college and UTSA.
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