EvelynLeading VP Controller within the cannabis industry
Creation of effective procedures and systems, essential critical thinking skills, excellent communications skills
Evelyn is a financial leader in the cannabis and food services industries.
She specializes in P&L analysis, budgeting, forecasting, variance analysis, GAAP and large data manipulation (highly proficient in Hyperion/ESSBASE/PLANNING, Dynamics-DAX, ExactMax, GP, ADP, WURK, TRINET, PAYCHEX, Cultivera, QB, METRC, Tableau, Think – cell, Microsoft office365, Visio).
During her time at 2 cannabis companies, Evelyn led the creation and implementation of effective procedures and systems (Hyperion, Cultivera, DAX, METRC, WURK, etc.) that helped to expedite and facilitate the growth, productivity, quality, and prosperity of the organizations.
Evelyn has extensive professional accounting and financial management experience, including implementing and directing every level of operations with a diverse range of successful, complex businesses.
She has worked for large international businesses and small privately held companies, streamlining processes, implementing software, and building solid financial support teams.
Evelyn has designed, implemented, and managed accounting policies, procedures, and internal controls to reduce variable cost and streamline deliverables in accordance with US GAAP, CAN GAAP, and audit requirements.
Evelyn’s degree in Public Accounting has exposed her to many facets of organization and management and has taught her essential critical thinking skills.
She has provided budgeting and financial analysis for multiple departments, managed annual budgets, and performed lease vs. buy analysis for capital improvement projects and equipment acquisitions.
Evelyn provided support and technical accounting guidance to the M&A team in structuring deals and assisted with the M&A due diligence process–she supported the valuation of the company.
Evelyn’s work experience helped her develop excellent communications skills and the ability to work effectively with a variety of individuals.
Her goal is to develop, improve and implement processes that save money and time.
She also wants to be a collaborator, work efficiently at challenging tasks, and accomplish everything while getting results.