I received my PhD in Strategic Management from the Ivey Business School (Western University) in 2013 and my MBA (with distinction) from the Schulich School of Business (York University) in 2007.
Prior to entering academia, I enjoyed a 20-year career in accounting and corporate finance. After receiving my accounting designation, I spent most of my career (15 years) in the media and entertainment sector holding the positions of CFO or VP Finance for firms ranging from independent production companies (Catalyst, Fireworks) to national broadcasters (Global).
My research interests lie at the intersection of strategy and management accounting, with a particular focus on coordination and control in new product development. My work incorporates process theories to explore the temporal dimensions of day-to-day organizational practices that are often taken for granted by both researchers and practitioners.
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