Adriana Tiron-Tudor became a member of the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board in January 2012. She was nominated by Corpul Expertilor Contabili si Contabililor Autorizati din Romania/the Body of Expert and Licensed Accountants of Romania (CECCAR).
Mrs. Tiron-Tudor is currently a professor of government accounting at the Babes Bolyai University (Romania), where she coordinates doctoral students in accounting and is actively involved in the development of the Romanian accounting profession. In 2012, Mrs. Tiron-Tudor became the head of the Accountancy Department of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration within the Babes Bolyai University.
Mrs. Tiron-Tudor has lectured extensively at a national level on financial management, internal audit, and control topics for public entities, and on public sector accounting standards. In 2006, she contributed to the implementation of the accrual accounting system in Romania by being involved in the training of practitioners, especially for local governmental administrations. She has also written several publications relating to government accounting and standard setting in the public sector.
Mrs. Tiron-Tudor is also a member of the Superior Council of CECCAR; she is in charge of public sector accounting and education issues within CECCAR. Since 2008, Mrs. Tiron-Tudor has also been a member of the Fédération des Experts Comptables Européens Public Sector Committee.
A graduate of Babes Bolyai University with a Ph.D. in accounting, Mrs. Tiron-Tudor received her expert accountant designation from CECCAR in 1995.