Donald Rowe

Donald Rowe

Instructor / Program Chair
Email: donald.rowe@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-3338
Office Location: A254


Donald joined Bellevue College Fall quarter 2016. Primarily, he teaches courses for students pursuing the BAS in Applied Accounting. He is a graduate of the University of Washington (Foster School of Business), having earned a Masters in Professional Accounting (Taxation). He holds the Quality Matters “Independent Applying the QM Rubric” and “Peer Reviewer Course (PRC) 2008-2013” Certificates. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

Donald’s classes are rigorous, and emphasize the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills in applied accounting. Students should expect a lecture for each chapter covered in class. Students benefit from a variety of learning experiences designed for their engagement. For example, individual and group research projects and/or case studies. Students will complete their research and present their findings to their classmates. Since Donald’s areas of industry expertise include (but are not limited to) professional services, construction, hi-tech, and life science, he infuses real world applications into classroom discussions.

He is happy to hear from his former students when they report they are awarded jobs in the industry, or get admitted to a University to pursue advanced education.

Anne Mary Nash-Haruna

Anne-Mary Nash-Haruna

Instructor / Dean of Arts & Humanities
Email: anne-mary.nash-harun@bellevuecollege.edu
Phone: (425) 564-2052 |
Office Location: A254


Anne Mary joined Bellevue College as a tenure track instructor in 2011. Teaching a variety of classes in the two year degree and the BAS which was started in fall of 2015.  Anne Mary received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and Finance from her home country Nigeria in 1997, Masters in Professional Accounting with concentration in Controllership at Strayer University, Columbia, SC in 2007, and  completed her Ph.D in Management with concentration in Finance and Accounting at Walden University in June of 2019. Anne Mary has over a decade of experience teaching a variety of accounting, business, finance, and management courses to both undergraduate and graduate students. Anne Mary has also served as the program chair of the Accounting Program.

Apart from teaching, Anne Mary has worked in the field of Accounting for more than 19 years in different positions ranging from staff accountant, management, state auditor for the state of SC, corporate and public accounting, internal auditor, managed a credit union, finance, and a tax specialist to mention a few. During tax season, she volunteers to help prepare taxes with United Way.

Anne Mary is originally from Nigeria, and relocated to the United States with her family in 1999. She has three children: the oldest goes to school in New York, and she also has a set of twins that are in high school. In her free time, she loves to travel with her family and also to watch movies.

Anne Mary has served in various committee at the college ranging from Co-Chair of Professional Development to the chair of Professional Development, she transitioned to help with College Governance when it was formed at BC, and she served as Chair of the Planning and Resources Council. She is part of the Executive Council for the BCAHE, she is part of the Tenure Review Committee (TRC), and also part of the Full Time Promotion committee. She is currently the Dean of the Arts & Humanities Division.


Annette Moultrie-Ohens

Annette Moultrie-Ohens

Adjunct Instructor
Email: annette.ohens@bellevuecollege.edu
Office Location: Online


Annette joined Bellevue College as an adjunct instructor teaching ACCT 360 online in fall 2017. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education at South Carolina State University, Masters in Business Administration (Finance) at Webster University, and recently completed her Ph.D in Management/Accounting at Walden University. She has over ten years experience teaching a variety of accounting, business, finance, and management courses to both undergraduate and graduate students. She is currently an accountant with the University of California, Berkeley.

Annette is CEO and Founder of Change Agent Management Services (CAMS). CAMS provide consulting services to individuals, public, and private organizations interested in providing strategic diversity-based culture, training, coaching, and mentoring in addressing all facets of diversity to meet the needs of the organization. Her first self-published book, “What are You Afraid of?” was launched in fall 2018. It is an inspirational book for empowering men and women to pursue their dreams and aspirations in spite of failures, discouragements, and their background. Annette is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Last Updated June 16, 2023