Originally posted by Poets & Quants for Undergrads
Anabel Cordano is one of two Wake Forest School of Business senior students named among the 100 best and brightest business majors for 2021. The Poets & Quants for Undergrads feature highlights students from the top 50 undergraduate business schools who personify the best in business education.
“Anabel was a student in my Professional and Ethical Responsibilities of Accountants course last fall. In this course, students do a good deal of reflective writing as well as ethical dilemma case analysis. They are also expected to come to each class session ready for discussion, both in their learning teams and in the class at large, Anabel excelled across all dimensions of the course. I found her to be bright and intellectually curious, outgoing and personable, responsible and conscientious, highly motivated and disciplined, and always engaged and engaging.
I also had the opportunity to work with Anabel last fall in ACC 111 — Introductory Financial Accounting, where I taught one section of the course and where Anabel was the lead teaching assistant across all eight sections of the course. Without exception, her work as lead teaching assistant exceeded my expectations. Finally, Anabel is enrolled in my ethics practicum course in connection with her accounting internship this spring. Students are required to submit a series of reflective written reports on a variety of ethical and professional issues over the course of the internship, and Anabel’s work in this practicum absolutely lives up to the high standard she set for herself last fall.”