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Lesley Netter-Snowden

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EdD, 2023

Lesley Netter-Snowden is the assistant vice president of campus services at Kennesaw State University (KSU).  In this role, she is responsible for 13 student and customer focused auxiliary departments, including Housing and Residence Life, University Dining, University Stores, Student Health Services and Parking and Transportation.  Lesley joined KSU in 2017 as the chief institutional auditor where she directed the internal audit function by performing operational, performance, compliance, and financial audits and investigated allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse.

Prior to KSU, Lesley was a senior manager at Ernst & Young in their assurance practice. She primarily served private entities, including large not-for-profit organizations and institutions of higher education.  She also spent four years in Washington, DC, serving in the firm’s professional practice, where she assisted with the firm’s PCAOB response, the rewrite and redesign of global audit methodology and developed internal training.

Lesley has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Accountancy, and a Master of Accountancy from Auburn University. Lesley is a certified public accountant.  

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