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Alison Romanowski

Faculty Fellow

Bisgrove Hall, 2nd Floor, Room 251C

Office Hours:
M: 4:30 - 5:45 p.m.
T: 10:15 - 1:15 p.m.
W: 1:30 - 2:45 p.m.
TH: 12:45 - 1:15 p.m.

Phone: 716.286.8189

Fax: 716.286.8296


Alison Romanowski


Alison Romanowski joined Niagara University in the Fall of 2022.  Alison brings experience from her ambitious career combining small business accounting with business law and 20 years of teaching. She began her profession as an auditor at BDO Seidman CPA’s (Buffalo) and practices as a self-employed Certified Public Accountant while maintaining a teaching presence in higher education.  She also works as Chief Financial Officer for companies engaged in real estate development and housing construction. Alison serves on the boards of Harvest House and the Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Association. Areas of research include tax cost segregations, job cost management, business ethics, bankruptcy law and foreclosure protection.

Focus of Teaching

  • ACC 111 Financial Accounting
  • Law 205 Legal Environment of Business
  • Law 301 Business Law I
  • Law 302 Business Law II

Current Research

Cost segregation and classification for asset components of site development and building costs for Multi-family residential construction.

Ethical decisions in the workplace.

Current Involvement

  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Member, Erie County Bar Association
  • Member, New York Bar
  • Board of Directors, Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Association
  • Board of Directors, Harvest House of South Buffalo
  • Board of Directors, Eden Community Foundation
  • Treasurer,  Buffalo Business Ethics Association
  • Committee Chair, Judging Committee, Buffalo Ethics Award
  • Mediator and Judge, SUNY Buffalo Law School Mediation Competition

Educational Background

  • Juris Doctor, State University of New York Buffalo Law School,  2014
  • Master of Business Administration. State University of New York at Buffalo, 1991
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Canisius College,  1985.