AIMCo manages about $70-billion in assets for 26 pension, endowment and government funds, since it was spun off as a Crown Corporation in 2008. As the Chief Financial Officer, Jacquelyn is responsible for all financial operations and services, as well as, for internal control design and certification. She holds a CA designation, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta and received a BComm from the University of Alberta.
Other leadership experiences include CFO, Coal, Sherritt International and Senior Manager, Tax at Ernst & Young.
Jacquelyn brings a diverse and fresh perspective to the table. As one of three females in the 11-person leadership team, she exudes all that is required for a level-headed yet charismatic CFO. She has used creativity and forward thinking to help create a principle-centered work environment and to build engaged and productive teams. Jacquelyn is a highly accomplished, results driven senior finance executive with extensive hands-on and successful experience in financial management, business leadership and developing business partnerships.
As the CFO, everything that Jacquelyn does is a reflection of AIMCo’s corporate guiding principles and values. As such, as she interacts with team members, vendors and stakeholders – both internal and external – she’s responsible for upholding AIMCo’s steller reputation, especially from a finance standpoint. As a financial services company, trust, dependable leadership and integrity are all values that must be consistently followed and steadfastly applied to all business activities.
Jacquelyn is currently on the Board of Directors of Wellspring Edmonton, a facility whose mission is to provide a comprehensive range of cancer supports, resources and programs for patients and their families so they can develop skills and strategies to improve their quality of life during and beyond cancer.