Business Division

 

Lynn Schulte

Lynn M. Schulte is an Assistant Professor of Business Administration and teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate business programs. She began her teaching career as an adjunct professor at Cuyahoga Community College and then at Baldwin Wallace University before accepting a full-time teaching position at Baldwin Wallace University. Lynn has taught Introduction to Business, Principles of Accounting I and II, Federal Income Taxation-Individual and Business, Accounting & Finance Management, and Accountability of Financial Resources.

Lynn began her career in the financial accounting and reporting department of a major utility company where her responsibilities included the preparation financial statements, deviation reports and historical analysis. She was responsible for implementing refined subsidiary accounting procedures using state-of-the-art accounting software. Lynn has extensive experience in tax preparation and planning. She began her own accounting and tax practice in 1993. Her practice focused primarily on individual, trust and small business tax consultation and providing accounting services to small service and manufacturing companies. 
 
Lynn is a Certified Public Accountant, registered and certified by the Accountancy Board of Ohio and is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Ohio Society of CPAs, American Accounting Association and the National Society of Certified Tax Professionals. She has served as a consultant to the Vietnamese Orphans Relief Fund, a non-profit organization and has been involved in Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland, where she volunteered as an Economics instructor to junior high students. 
 
Lynn earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Majors in Accountancy and Finance from Miami University, Oxford, OH. She received her Master's of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from Baldwin Wallace University.      
 
Lynn is faculty advisor to the Tax Clinic, a hands-on experience for students to provide free tax service to the community. She is also the Director of the Sustainability Plan Clinic, an avenue for BW students and faculty to assist small businesses in our community produce tangible outcomes to their bottom line and create positive interactions within the community while improving environmental performance.
Share |