Accounting and Financial Management

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Mrs Charlotte Gladstone-Millar

  • Qualifications: BA, FCA, CTA, ATII
  • Role Title: Visiting Fellow
  • Address: Richmond Building Portland Street Portsmouth PO1 3DE
  • Telephone: 023 92 844037
  • Email: charlotte.gladstone-millar@port.ac.uk
  • Department: Accounting & Financial Management
  • Faculty: Portsmouth Business School

Biography

I trained as a Chartered Accountant with PriceWaterhouse Coopers, later taking up the post as Group Financial Accountant and Company Secretary at the head office of a multinational company. This gave me extensive experience of the treasury function, managing cash deposits in various currencies, monthly financial reporting, and consolidated accounts.

On joining the University I soon combined my lecturing duties in Financial Accounting and Taxation with Course Management of the suite of undergraduate degrees. External work as a QAA Subject Reviewer for Business and Management gave me a detailed insight into the organisation and quality management of academic departments in other universities. For the past six years I have advised the University of Wales, and in particular Glynd?r University, on quality assurance processes and represented the University on the Quality Committee of the Open College Network, SE Region. The external focus has been useful in my more recent role at the Business School as the Associate Dean (Academic). Drawing on my breadth of knowledge from across the sector I contribute to the development, and am responsible for the implementation, of the Business School’s strategy for curriculum development and quality assurance and enhancement. I also work with other Associate Deans to formulate the University’s quality management strategy.

Research

Funded Research:

HEA BMAF funding for a project to investigate the support provided to new lecturers in business schools (completed June 2009).

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