Aura L. Rodriguez, CPA, CISA, is a director in the Audit Department at MBAF. Aura has been in the public accounting profession since 2004.
Aura provides consulting services to businesses regarding their accounting systems as well as assisted client management in preparation of financial data. She has experience in designing and implementing accounting systems for both profit and non-profit organizations. She works with organizations in various industries including automotive dealerships, manufacturing, non-profit organizations and technology and internet.
Aura is experienced in first-time through audit engagements and in providing audit and business advisory services. Her responsibilities include engagement planning, budgeting, and assessing internal controls and fraud risk factors to properly plan and execute the audit while satisfying emerging audit standards.
Aura has participated in SSAE 16 (SOC) attestations engagements and has also assisted in various information system engagements. She interacts with all levels of client personnel, including communication with client executives in resolution of issues and in response to client needs.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Information Systems Audit and Control Association
Florida International University – Master of Accounting, Concentration in Information Systems
Florida International University – Bachelor of Accounting with 2nd major in Management Information Systems
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