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FASB Board membership

FASB Board requirements


The FASB currently has seven full-time Board members, of whom one is appointed as chairman. FASB members are appointed for an initial term of five years, renewable for one additional five-year term. The Board is supported by a 60+ person staff.



To ensure the impartiality and independence of the FASB, members are required to sever all ties to previous firms and institutions that they served before joining the FASB. The FASB’s oversight body, the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF), has also implemented policies about personal investments and other personal activities, designed to prevent potential conflicts of interest.


Board member qualifications

The main qualification for membership is professional competence and practical experience. The group is required to represent the best available combination of expertise in investing, accounting, finance, business, accounting education, and research.

Current FASB members

The Board current members are (with current term end dates indicated):

Russell Golden, Chairman (2020)

Russ GoldenMr. Golden was appointed to the FASB in September 2010, and reappointed to a second, five-year term effective July 1, 2012. Mr. Golden was appointed as chairman effective July 1, 2013, when he succeeded Leslie F. Seidman. Before joining the FASB as a senior technical advisor in 2004, he was a partner in Deloitte & Touche LLP. In July 2007, Mr. Golden was appointed director of technical application and implementation activities for the FASB. From 2008 to September 2010, he was the technical director of the FASB and chaired the FASB’s Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF).


James Kroeker, Vice Chairman (2018)

Jim KroekerMr. Kroeker was appointed as a member and vice chairman on September 1, 2013. His role as vice chairman is to assist the FASB chairman in representing the Board to external stakeholders and in conducting its internal operations. Before his FASB appointment, Mr. Kroeker served as the deputy managing partner for professional practice at Deloitte. In addition, he served as the chief accountant of the SEC from January 2009 to July 2012.


Christine Ann Botosan (2021)

Christine BotosanMs. Botosan was appointed to the FASB in July 2016. Before joining the Board, she served as a professor of accounting at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah, where she had also previously served as a leadership fellow in the office of the vice president and as the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Presidential Chair in Ethical Financial Reporting.


Marsha L. Hunt (2022)

Marsha L. HuntMr. Smith was appointed to the FASB effective July 1, 2017. Before becoming a Board member, Ms. Hunt was a Vice President and Corporate Controller for Cummins Inc.



Harold Monk Jr. (2022)

Harold Monk Jr.Harold Monk Jr. joined the FASB on January 1, 2017. Before joining the Board, Mr. Monk served as a partner with Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC. During his six years with the firm, he provided auditing and attestation, accounting, tax, forensic accounting, and M&A services to public and private companies of all sizes in various industries. Mr. Monk brings a strong private company financial reporting perspective to the FASB, and has served on both the Private Company Council and the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council.


R. Harold Schroeder (2021)

R. Harold SchroederMr. Schroeder was appointed to the FASB effective February 28, 2011. He has a background in investing and financial reporting and was a former partner with Ernst & Young. Before joining the Board, Mr. Schroeder served as a partner at Carlson Capital, L.P. and a senior equity analyst with Schroder & Company Inc. and KBW Inc. In addition, he has worked as the chief financial officer at Nacional Financiera, SNC (primary development bank for the Mexican government). Mr. Schroeder was also a member of the FASB's Emerging Issue Task Force (EITF) from 2008 to 2011, and a member of the Standing Advisory Group for the PCAOB from 2008 to 2010.


Marc Siegel (2018)

Marc SiegelMr. Siegel was appointed to the FASB in 2008 and reappointed to a second term in 2013. He has over 20 years of experience in global industries. Before joining the FASB, Mr. Siegel served as the lead in the Accounting Research and Analysis team at the RiskMetric Group, director of research at the CFRA, and was an auditor and financial consultant at Arthur Andersen LLP. He has also served on the FASB Investors Technical Adivory Committee.

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