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CPA Ontario Recognizes its Fellows of 2018

Toronto (November 30, 2018) – The Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario) recognizes 52 of its members as Fellows (FCPAs), the highest distinction that is bestowed upon a CPA within the accounting profession. Nominated and selected by a committee of their peers, CPA Ontario Fellows are leaders, innovators, and mentors recognized for their volunteerism, leadership and commitment to our profession.

“Fellows are CPAs who have distinguished themselves through their commitment and service to our profession and their communities,” says Carol Wilding, FCPA, FCA, President and CEO of CPA Ontario. “Fellows are models for all CPAs; demonstrating our designation’s high standards, integrity and professional excellence.”

Beyond the workplace, Fellows serve in such roles as mentors in the profession, board members for charitable organizations and business associations, industry committee members, and community volunteers.

“Fellows deliver tangible, measurable results with their strategic insights and financial acumen, vision and creativity, and judgment and integrity,” says Alan Mak, FCPA, FCA, Chair of CPA Ontario’s Council. “They are distinguished CPAs and their ingenuity is everywhere.”

This year’s Fellows will be honoured at a presentation ceremony and dinner on December 4, in Toronto. The names of our 52 new FCPAs are listed alphabetically below.

  • Kevin Adolphe, Rogers Bank, Toronto
  • Roxanne Anderson, March Advisory, Ottawa
  • David Arnold, CIBC, Toronto
  • Debbie Baxter, Deloitte, Aurora
  • Michael Bunn, Grant Thornton LLP, Ramara
  • Luciano Cacioppo, Deloitte, Hamilton
  • Alycia Calvert, Ernst & Young LLP, Toronto
  • Marlene Cepparo, KPMG, Toronto
  • Andrew Clarke, TD Bank Group, Toronto
  • Sean Debow, Interlink Asia Pacific Limited, Hong Kong
  • Betty Ferreira, ReStructure Consulting, Toronto
  • Charles Fisher, Main Street Credit Union, Sarnia
  • Thomas Flynn, BMO Financial Group, Toronto
  • John Friedlan, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Richmond Hill
  • Robert Gauvreau, Gauvreau & Associates CPA, Peterborough
  • Terry Goodtrack, AFOA Canada, Ottawa
  • Jacqueline Hatherly-Martin, Hatherly Martin Professional Corporation, Kitchener
  • Ian Hendry, Hendry Warren LLP, Nepean
  • Timothy Hodgson, Alignvest Management Corporation, Toronto
  • Anthony Ianni, Ernst & Young LLP, Toronto
  • Humayun Jafrani, Ernst & Young LLP, Toronto
  • Joanne Jones, York University, Toronto
  • Louis Kan, Louis Kan CPA, CA, Toronto
  • Diane Kazarian, PwC Canada, Toronto
  • Cary List, Financial Planning Standards Council, Toronto
  • Jim MacNeill, MacNeill Edmundson Professional Corporation, London
  • Scott Mantle, Northern Development & Mines, Sudbury
  • Arun Mathur, UltimQuest Knowledge Inc., Toronto
  • Susan McCracken, McMaster University, Hamilton
  • William Merklinger, Curling Canada, Gloucester
  • Laura Mirabella, Regional Municipality of York Government, Toronto
  • Silvia Montefiore, KPMG, Etobicoke
  • Enzo Morini, Williams & Partners Chartered Professional Accountants LLP, Toronto
  • Michael Owens, Deloitte, Toronto
  • Beppino Pasquali, Beppino Pasquali Prof Corp – Tax Practice and Schulich School of Business, Richmond Hill
  • Iseo Pasquali, Deloitte, Richmond Hill
  • Tony Pedari, PwC Canada, York
  • Michael Pinnock, Michael G.G. Pinnock CPA, CA, Markham
  • David Regan, KPMG, Etobicoke
  • Helga Reidel, ENWIN Utilities Ltd. and The ENWIN Group of Companies, Windsor
  • Claude Rochette, Department of National Defense, Ottawa
  • Michael Rolland, Omers, Toronto
  • Stephen Shea, Ernst & Young LLP, North York
  • Garth Steele, Welch LLP, Manotick
  • Paul Stringer, Durward Jones Barkwell & Company LLP, Beamsville
  • Beth Summers, Superior Plus Corp, Oakville
  • Kelvin Vi Loan Tran, TD Bank Group, Mississauga
  • Paul Tyers, Wealth Stewards Inc., Toronto
  • Daniel Warren, Hendry Warren LLP, Nepean
  • Wendy Watson, Independent Corporate Director, Boston MA
  • Amy Wilcox, Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Merlin
  • Eric Xiao, Ernst & Young LLP, North York

About CPA Ontario

We are an educator, thought leader, regulator, advocate and provider. CPA Ontario protects the public interest by ensuring our members meet the highest standards of integrity and expertise. We provide pathways to the profession for aspiring accountants from around the world. We engage proudly in our community as a responsible corporate citizen who balances the advancement of businesses with the concerns of society. Above all, we are trusted to ensure students and members meet our profession’s standards and embrace our code of conduct.

CPA Ontario serves and supports more than 92,000 members and 21,000 students in their qualification and professional development in a wide range of senior positions in public accounting, business, finance, government, not-for-profits and academia. Chartered Professional Accountants are valued by organizations of all types and sizes for their financial expertise, strategic thinking, business insight, management skills and leadership.

For more information, please contact:

Stephanie Woodward
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario
416-969-4281 or 647-218-8224
[email protected]