Lecturer in Accounting
University of West Indies
Antigua and Barbuda
Diana has been an active member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados (ICAB) since 1999, and was elected to serve on Council and formed part of the Executive Committee during 2008-2011 where she served as Secretary (2008-2010) and Treasurer (2011). She was appointed a ‘Fellow’ (FCA) of ICAB in 2011.Diana commenced her accounting career in the Audit & Assurance Department of Ernst & Young. She went on to various management positions within the off-shore sector whilst teaching at the University part-time. She was appointed as full-time temporary lecturer in Accounting at the UWI in 2009. Diana is currently pursuing her PhD which covers the areas of Corporate Governance and Accounting. She is also currently Chair for the Accounting, Investments and Financial Management Subject Area Group.
Corporate Governance; Financial Accounting; Ethics and Ethical Behaviors; and Accounting Education. Accounting, Audit & Corporate Governance Unit
Alleyne P, Weekes-Marshall D, Broome T. Accountants’ perceptions of corporate governance in public limited liability companies in an emerging economy: Evidence from Barbados. Meditari Accountancy Research. 2014 Nov 11;22(2):186-210.
Alleyne P, Weekes-Marshall D. An exploratory study of management accounting practices in manufacturing companies in Barbados. International Journal of Business and Social Science. 2011 Jun 1;2(10).
Alleyne P. Exploring Factors Influencing Whistle-blowing Intentions among Accountants in Barbados. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies. 2013 Mar 1;38(1):35-63.