Dr. Micki Pitcher started her career as an accountant for a small hospital in Michigan. She progressed in her career moving from a senior accountant to an accounting manager. Her career expertise gave her depth into teaching in higher education. Her higher educational teachings brought her to The University of Olivet, University of Phoenix, Davenport University, and Kellogg Community College. She is qualified in numerous accounting and financial courses. Dr. Pitcher also volunteers for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) as a site coordinator.
Dr. Pitcher holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in both accounting and finance. She teaches accounting courses and finance courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Current research interests include perceptions of accounting from an academic perspective to increase the number of accountants in the industry. Her current research was used to complete a doctoral degree in finance.
Dr. Pitcher earned her doctor of business administration in finance from the University of Phoenix. She earned two MBAs, one in accounting from Davenport University and one in finance from Franklin University. She also received her bachelor’s degree in finance from Franklin University.