Joseph McCarthy, M.B.A.

Associate Professor of Accounting and Finance; Dean of the School of Education & Social Work; Interim Dean of the School of Business


585.594.6139
mccarthyj@roberts.edu

Professional Experience

Manager, Commercial Training Group, M&T Bank
Business Professor & Department Chair, Roberts Wesleyan College
Owner/Operator, McCarthy Financial Services
Field Auditor, Ray Wager & Associates
Business Professor & Division Chair
Financial Planner, Accu-Vest Planning, Inc.

Areas of Expertise

Budgeting, cost analysis and allocation
Financial accounting and reporting
Personal finance
Tax Planning and preparation

Biography:

Joe joined the RWC faculty in 1999 after serving at Keuka College for 10 years as their Business Chair and Associate Professor of Accounting/Management, but soon left RWC for M&T Bank to become their first Vice-President and Director of Corporate and Commercial Training and Development. In 2008, Mr. McCarthy re-joined the RWC faculty on a full-time basis, and has since served in a variety of capacities:

  • 2008-2013 - served as both a professor within the Departments of Business and Adult & Professional Studies as well as Chair for the Department of Adult & Professional Studies for two years.
  • 2014 - served as Interim Executive Director of Finance and Chief Financial Officer
  • 2015 - served as the College’s Interim Executive Director for Adult & Graduate Education (AGE) Enrollment

Currently, Mr. McCarthy is serving as Chair for the School of Education & Social Work and Interim Chair for the School of Business, but continues to teach accounting courses both at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

In addition to his roles at M&T Bank and his various leadership positions at Roberts, Joe has worked for and/or with many business organizations as well as owned several small businesses in the Rochester area. He is currently the President of JGM Capital, LLC which owns and manages a portfolio of residential resort-rental properties in FL and SC. In addition, Mr. McCarthy serves as a Board member and Treasurer for a local non-profit organization, Artists Unlimited, Inc.