Lisa McKinney: Teaching, Community Service, and Being Different - Lessons from a Extroverted Accountant

In this episode, Professor Lisa McKinney joins us to discuss how she built the largest community service program at The University of Alabama while being an extremely well received lecturer in a notoriously boring subject.

Lisa McKinney
March 25, 2020
73
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Professor Lisa McKinney joins us to discuss how she built the largest community service program at The University of Alabama while being an extremely well received lecturer in a notoriously boring subject. 

We cover the important of accounting for anybody who wants to be successful in business, how to give back during COVID-19, and the benefits of community service.  

About Lisa: 

  • Was a professional tax accountant for nearly a decade. 
  • Has over 500 student volunteers every semester. 
  • Goes to prison on a regular basis. 
  • Is an avid reader and Redditor. 
  • Is leading a front-line COVID-19 response team in Birmingham, AL. 

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Louis Shulman
Co-Host of The Louis and Kyle Show

Louis is finishing his degree in computer science from the University of Alabama. He loves books, exercise, and internet challenges.