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Barbara Belik joined Saint Joseph’s in 2020 with over 20 years of experience teaching across multiple areas in accounting and business at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Prior to joining Saint Joseph’s, she taught in the undergraduate accounting and graduate MBA programs at the University of Southern Maine where her primary teaching responsibilities were in the areas of taxation and financial accounting. Over the years, she has also taught commercial law, ethics and managerial accounting as well.
Barbara has also been a tax practitioner for over 25 years, with experience in both public accounting and private law practice. She currently limits her practice primarily to estate planning for individuals and counseling nonprofit organizations. The extent of her professional experience has both informed and enriched her teaching. She strives not only to successfully deliver substantive technical content to her students but to also relate that information to the real-life world of accounting and business so that students can appreciate its relevance to their careers.
At Saint Joseph’s, Barbara currently teaches Financial Accounting, Taxation, and Business Law.
Barbara enjoys serving on nonprofit boards and committees within her community. Currently, she serves as the Chair of the York County Committee of the Maine Community Foundation and as the Vice President/Trustee of the Graves Memorial Library.
Admitted to the Bars of Maine and New York
Certified Public Accountant in Maine
Member, Maine Estate Planning Council
Member, Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants
Member, Maine State Bar Association
Outstanding Teacher Award, University of Southern Maine School of Business, 2019 & 2016