Peter Martino

Associate Professor

JWU Faculty Since 2002

Peter Martino

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Peter Martino worked in public accounting and governmental accounting and finance before transitioning into education. Martino enjoys teaching both accounting and finance classes. He is a Certified Public Accountant with accounting, auditing, consulting and taxation experience. He is also a Chartered Global Management Accountant and a Certified Government Financial Manager.


  • MBA, Accounting, Bryant University
  • B.S., Business Administration with a concentration in Finance, University of Rhode Island
  • Graduate of the US Army Finance and Accounting School

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  • ACCT 1210: Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 1220: Managerial Accounting
  • ACCT 3060: Accounting Information Systems
  • FISV 2000: Finance

Extra Curricular Roles

Volunteers as a tutor in accounting and finance at the Academic Success Center
Serves on the University Student Success Committee
Serves on the College of Business Advising Committee


Professional Affiliations

Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Member, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)
Member, Association of Government Accountants (AGA)
Member, R.I. Association of Accounting Professors (RIAAP)

State of Rhode Island Department of Business Regulations Board of Accountancy, 2002
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 2012. Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) demonstrates management accounting expertise, determination and commitment to achieving sustainable business success.
Association of Government Accountants City, 1994. Certified Government Financial Manager® (CGFM®) is a professional certification awarded by AGA, demonstrating competency in governmental accounting, auditing, financial reporting, internal controls and budgeting at the federal, state and local levels.

Q&A with Peter

At JWU, education is not confined to the four walls of the classroom. You’re not going to spend four years with your nose buried in a book, learning theories you may never get a chance to apply — you’re going to get out there and apply them, be it through internships, group projects, leadership opportunities, competitions and more.

What Advice Do You Have For Incoming Freshmen?

Start building your resume during your freshman year by joining both student and professional organizations and attending professional seminars. These activities are great networking opportunities that could lead to internships and job opportunities!