Sheri joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Toronto office in 1990 as a co-op education student. She became a Partner in 2003, and in 2005, she opened the firm’s London, Ontario office, where she is now a Partner/Senior Vice President.
Sheri specializes in economic damage calculations, forensic investigations, and litigation support with over 30 years of experience in financial advisory services. Her work relates to a broad range of practice areas, including accident benefits, business disputes, business interruption, construction disputes, cyber losses, loss of profits, products liability & recall, stock & contents, and personal injury. These assignments reflect various industries, including retail and wholesale, manufacturing and processing, power generation, transportation, and consulting.
Sheri is known across Canada as an expert in quantifying agriculture losses. Clients rely on her expertise for livestock claims involving poultry, hogs, cattle, and dairy and her significant experience with greenhouse crops. Sheri’s skill set has expanded due to Canada fully legalizing the cultivation, processing, sale, and possession of Cannabis at the federal level in 2018.
Sheri has extensive catastrophe services experience. She has provided objective economic assessments for claims related to the 1998 Ontario ice storm, the 9/11 terrorist attack, the 2011 Goderich tornado, the 2013 Alberta floods and Toronto floods, and the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires.
Sheri has provided expert accounting evidence in courts across Ontario, has been appointed as an Appraiser, and has assisted in mediations.
Sheri has presented countless seminars on both general and forensic accounting topics. She has also published articles on economic damage quantification.
She is a graduate of Waterloo University, where she received a Bachelor of Mathematics in Management Accounting with an Information Systems option. Sheri also holds her Certified Management Accountant and Chartered Professional Accountant designations and is Certified in Financial Forensics.