Lisette Rodriguez, CPA, is a director in the Audit Department at MBAF. Lisette has been in the public accounting profession since 2008.
Lisette has been involved on numerous audits for entities in various industries such as aviation, financial institutions, health care, higher education, manufacturing, non-profit, real estate and construction, SEC public companies and others. She has experience with audits of employee benefit plans, federal and state single audits, program specific audits and preparation of a non-profits tax returns, including Form 990 and Form 990T.
Lisette serves as the key contact auditor on audit engagements and is responsible for all aspects of the audit including engagement planning, budgeting, supervision and review.
Lisette also has a thorough understanding of Government Auditing Standards (Yellow Book) issued by the Comptroller General of the United States and possesses the continuing education required by the AICPA and Government Auditing Standards.
Lisette focuses on audits that integrate the organization’s compliance with its major programs as well as its basic financial statements, such as reporting on an organization’s internal controls and adherence to compliance requirements of grant awards based on audits performed in accordance with OMB Uniform Guidance, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations and Chapter 10.650, Rules of the Auditor General.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce – Leadership of Miami Alumnus, 2015-2016
Florida International University – Master of Accounting
Florida International University – Bachelor of Accounting
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