Dr. Fischman begins her career as chief accountant officer with the Queens District Attorney’s Office.
Dr. Fischman receives a Bachelor of Science from Baruch College, The City College of New York.
Dr. Fischman becomes an accounting teacher at Center Commercial High School in New York City.
Dr. Fischman is promoted to vice adviser at Center Commercial High School and becomes an accounting instructor at Borough of Manhattan Community College in New York City.
Dr. Fischman receives a Master of Science from Baruch College and becomes a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York.
Dr. Fischman becomes chief accountant and investigator of rackets at the Queens District Attorney’s Office.
Dr. Fischman takes on the role of community fellowship coordinator at the Queens District Attorney’s Office and becomes an advisor and professor at Long Island University.
Dr. Fischman is elected vice president of the Doctorate Association of New York Educators.
Dr. Fischman earns a Doctor of Philosophy from New York University.
Dr. Fischman earns the title of professor of accounting taxation and law at Long Island University.
Dr. Fischman becomes the coordinator of Graduate Capstone courses at Long Island University.
Dr. Fischman serves as director of the New York chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.
Dr. Fischman is appointed director of the School of Professional Accountancy at the Brooklyn campus of Long Island University.
Dr. Fischman becomes director of the Center for Accounting & Tax Education at the Brooklyn campus of Long Island University.
Dr. Fischman serves as editor of the Eastern Business Educators Journal.
Dr. Fischman is elected president of the New York chapter of the American Accounting Association.
Dr. Fischman receives the Dr. Emanuel Saxe Outstanding CPA in Education Award from the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Dr. Fischman becomes a member of the Business Education Advisory Council of the Accounting Department Advisory Board at Borough of Manhattan Community College.
The Internal Revenue Service awards Dr. Fischman for 40 years of service to the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.
Dr. Fischman lectures a tax seminar for 200 licensed certified public accountants.