Warren "Boz" Bostrom is an associate professor of accounting and finance. Boz is a 1995 graduate of CSB/SJU where he majored in accounting and minored in Spanish. While at Saint John's, Boz played varsity football and studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain. Boz also has a Master's Degree in Business Taxation from the University of Minnesota.
Boz worked for nine years in the Big 4 accounting firms doing international tax and finance work. He was with Arthur Andersen during the Enron scandal, although thankfully he never worked on the Enron account. In 2004, Boz left Deloitte & Touche as a Senior Manager to return to his alma matter as a faculty member.
Since starting at CSB/SJU, Boz has taught ten different courses, although he currently focuses mainly on corporate finance and managerial accounting topics. Boz's research interests include integrating technology into the classroom and international tax policy. He has published articles and made a number of presentations for the American Accounting Association. In May of 2010, Boz and colleague, Mary Jepperson, won CSB/SJU's Tom Creed Memorial Award for Effective Electronic Pedagogy. In the spring of 2011, Boz realized a longtime dream when he received tenure at CSB/SJU.
Boz spends a fair amount of his free time doing consulting work, primarily in the area of international tax and finance, and he also does some individual tax preparation.
Boz lives in the Twin Cities with his wife, Kacey, and their children, Madeline, Wyatt, and Sofia. Boz enjoys running, playing the guitar, attending church, country swing dancing, volunteering with his kids' activities, and traveling to Mexico.