QuinceyCannabis CFO who builds best-in-class finance & accounting teams
Motivating teams to achieve profitability objectives, reducing corporate overhead expenses, fostering significant growth
Quincey (CPA, MBA) has 20+ years of progressive experience as a Chief Financial Officer.
She has worked for a public cannabis company with recognized performance in developing best-in-class finance, accounting, and operations teams in multi-national companies as well as small-cap growth companies.
She is willing to relocate and is very high energy and dedicated to her work.
Quincey has proven leadership, motivating teams to achieve profitability objectives, process improvements, and departmental productivity with demonstrated ability to collaborate with global teams and partner with operations to drive financial performance, implement strategic initiatives, and foster significant growth.
She has been successful in leading changes seamlessly throughout an organization including Business Strategies, Budgeting/Forecasting, M&A Due Diligence Accounting and Integration, Financial Reporting, US GAAP SEC Reporting and IFRS Cash Flow Management, Treasury, and Shared Services Management.
As the Worldwide Controller of an electronics company, Quincey managed global accounting for a $6B subsidiary organization and oversaw a team of 65.
She implemented and maintained global accounting practices and an ERP Oracle implementation that consolidated 6 systems in North America and reduced foreign currency risk, resulting in consistent worldwide-accounting practices
As the CFO of a public cannabis company, Quincey completed due diligence on a dispensary acquisition, closed on the acquisition, and set up corporate tax structure and integration.
She also completed the valuation of a farm acquisition and integration.
Quincey worked with the CEO and division leaders to reduce corporate overhead expenses, implemented a new payroll system, improved the monthly close process from 15 business days to 5 business days, improved monthly internal management reporting, set up metrics to measure the business, and prepared S-1 filing to register unregistered shares and warrants.
She also completed a capital raise, 280e tax implications, 382 change in control study, inventory for a cultivation farm, and valuation of derivative liabilities.