Associate Dean for Human Resources and Administration
Started at JMU: 1996
Office: 632 Zane Showker Hall
Mailing address: JMU, College of Business, MSC 207, Harrisonburg, Va. 22807
M.S., James Madison University, 1996, accounting major
B.B.A., James Madison University, 1995, accounting major
A.A.S., Blue Ridge Community College, 1993, business major
Certified Public Accountant, Board of Accountancy, Commonwealth of Virginia (1997 - Present)
Running, Reading, Listening to music, Yoga, My beautiful 5-year old granddaughter, Lydia
Street, D. L., Foreman, K. A. (2004). 'Accounting Regulation and Policy Choice' in Developments in Country Studies in International Accounting - Americas and the Far East (pp. Mar-33). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
Street, D. L., Foreman, K. A. (2004). The Evolution of the G4+1 and its Impact on International Harmonization of Accounting Standards. (2nd edition ed., pp. 3-33). Edward Elgar Publishing.
Riordan, D. A., Riordan, M. P., Foreman, K. A., Weishar, J. K. (2005). Performance in Introductory Financial Accounting: Does Test Version Matter? Journal of Business Disciplines, VI (No. 1), 67-74.
“CPA Pass Rates in Virginia – the effect of the 150 hour requirement” with Paul Copley
"Using Group Exams to Improve Teaching Effectiveness" with Alexander Gabbin
Coordinator, CoB May Commencement (2010 – Present)
Chair, College of Business Strategic Planning and Resources Committee (2006 - Present)
Member, College of Business/Diversity Committee (2005 - Present)
Chair, College of Business Administrative Assistant Task Force (2007)
Member, College of Business AQ PQ Task Force (2005 - 2006)
Member, Faculty Handbook Committee (2009 – Present)
Member, JMU Fiscal Officers Group (2008 - Present)
Member, JMU Human Resources Liaison Group (2008 - Present)
Task Force Member, JMU Master Plan Committee (2007 - Present)
Foreman accepted a faculty position at JMU in the School of Accounting and CIS & MS Department (joint appointment) in September of 1996. In August of 1997, she entered a renewable term contract with the School of Accounting as a Lecturer. On July 1, 2005, Foreman became the Associate Dean for Human Resources and Administration.