Gail Amstutz

Gail Amstutz

Assistant Professor of Accounting/Finance

Phone: 260.422.5561, ext. 2464

Cell Phone: 260.797.2794

Email: gaamstutz@indianatech.edu

Office: Cunningham Building, Room 215C


Office Hours:

M: 9:30 – 10 am, 2 – 2:30 pm
T: 3:30 – 6 pm
W: 9:30 – 10 am, 2:30 – 5:30 pm
F: 9:30 – 10 am, 2 – 2:30 pm
Or, by appointment


Class Information

Fall 2018

  • ACC 2500 Individual Income Tax
  • ACC 3500 Corporate Income Tax
  • ACC 4700 Advanced Accounting I
  • ACC 4740 Advanced Accounting II
  • BA 1200 Foundations of Business – Honors
  • BA 2200 Personal Finance
  • IIT 1000 University Experience

College/School

College of Business


Academic Advisor Roles

Accounting students


Academic Degrees

  • Master of Business Administration, Taylor University
  • Bachelor of Science in Business, Accounting, Indiana University
  • Professional Certifications: CPA
  • Member of Allen County Financial Stability Partnership
  • Member of American Accounting Association
  • Member of Financial Executives International
  • Member of Indiana CPA Society
  • Serve on the Risk Management Committee for Indiana Tech
  • Serve on the Honors Program Committee for Indiana Tech
  • Serve on the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Faculty Senate

Professional Experience

  • Full-time faculty, College of Business – Accounting/Finance, Indiana Institute of Technology, Ft Wayne, IN (2015 to present)
  • Full-time faculty, School of Business – Accounting, Ivy Tech Community College, Ft Wayne, IN (2012 to 2015)
  • Adjunct faculty, Accounting and Finance, Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana Wesleyan University (2005 to 2011)
  • Twenty years accounting experience working for a variety of organizations both in corporate and public accounting – including insurance industry financial reporting, analysis and tax work.
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) Allen County, Indiana

Selected Publications/Presentations

February 2018 Presented at the Fort Wayne Teaching Conference

August 2018 Presented at Ivy Tech Community College ‘College 101’

Direct Readings Guides for Improved Student Engagement, FW Teaching Conference 2018

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program

Presentations in tax and insurance for self-employed individuals

Financial Literacy Allen County, Indiana

Co-chair Society of Future Accountants (student org.)

Co-chair Fellowship of Christian Athletes (student org.)


Additional Information

I began teaching adult education classes (keyboarding, Word, Excel) on a volunteer basis through our church. After I completed my MBA, I had the privilege of teaching as an adjunct faculty in Accounting for six years. During this period I continued to work full-time as a Controller for a reinsurance firm.  In 2012, I accepted a full-time faculty position at Ivy Tech Community College – Northeast.  I have taught a variety of accounting and finance classes.

I am passionate about learning and encouraging others. Having a background working in business, I like to bring real life examples into the classroom to help demonstrate the concepts being taught.

I am a local; born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Church, family, friends, and community are important to me. I am a great believer in giving back to others through volunteer service. I am married to a wonderful guy – John. We have a golden retriever named Buck. Buck is very active and likes the water: lake, puddles, rain, you name it! I like to travel and cook.