A Career Public Servant, a Lifetime of Firsts: William Campfield Inducted into Accounting Hall of Fame | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

A Career Public Servant, a Lifetime of Firsts: William Campfield Inducted into Accounting Hall of Fame

A Career Public Servant, a Lifetime of Firsts: William Campfield Inducted into Accounting Hall of Fame

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Journal of Government Financial Management, pp. 54-55, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 2019

Abstract

The first African American to be inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame <br>[est. 1950]William (Bill) Campfield, earned his PHD at the University of Illinois and spent his career in public service in Federal Accounting Agencies, rising to the executive level in the Government Accountability Office. His research was widely published as well in academic and practice journals. He was a visiting professor and after government service, a full time professor.