Munachimso Nnebe-Agumadu

Muna Alumna Beta Alpha Psi

Muna graduated from North Carolina A&T’s undergraduate Accounting program in May, 2014. He then went on to obtain his Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) from Wake Forest in May 2015, where he attended on a full tuition scholarship.

As an undergraduate student, Muna’s zeal to be a well-rounded student motivated him to get involved in various activities and organizations on campus. He served as the Vice President of the Zeta Sigma Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi and was a part of various other honors organization including Beta Gamma Sigma, Golden Key International, and Alpha Kappa Mu honors society. Additionally, Muna worked as a Peer mentor where he helped the university carry out its retention efforts. His professional experience as an undergraduate student included a Corporate Audit internship with Bank of America where he had the opportunity to work on Point in Time audits and assist with the bank’s SOX rationalization efforts.

Muna’s strong academic performance earned him such awards as the NCACPA Outstanding Minority Accounting Student Scholarship, the AICPA Scholarship for Minority Accounting Students, the Michael Conway Endowed Scholarship and the Reginald Enoch Accounting Scholarship. Upon graduation from North Carolina A&T State University, he was recognized as a “Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities & Colleges” honoree. While obtaining his MSA at Wake Forest, Muna maintained his knack for student engagement by serving as treasurer in the Graduate Accounting Club, and as a representative for his program on the WFU School of Business Student Government Association. He was also inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma for being in the top 20 percent of his graduate class.

Muna began his career in KPMG as a Junior Associate in August, 2015 upon successful completion of all four parts of his CPA exam. He is now in the process of pursuing full CPA licensure, and hopes to always be a source of pride for North Carolina A&T State University, the school he considers his home.