A Doer & Implementer

Heffes, Ellen M.
May 2003
Financial Executive;May2003, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p40
Academic Journal
Isabel Meharry, president and chief executive of the organization Financial Executives International (FEI) Canada has been profiled in this article. She is experienced in information technology and business administration. Meharry was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and immigrated with her family to Toronto, Ontario as a young child. She earned an Honours BA degree at the University of Toronto and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at York University. In 1997, she wrote her Certified Public Accountant exam and was registered in the state of Washington.


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