Pairing deep industry expertise with powerful new technology can transform the incentive strategy process. As an EY Canada Associate Partner and leader within our Business Tax Incentives and Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) practice, Elizabeth works alongside clients to unlock the potential of Canada’s vast incentives landscape.
Leveraging over 25 years of experience, Elizabeth supports clients in reimagining the claims process for the better. Her experience spans identifying and capitalizing on relevant programs, reviewing technical submissions and applications, serving as a government liaison, training internal teams and supporting clients through government audits. She is also Canada’s coordinator for EY’s Global Centre for Science and Engineering Excellence, which includes more than 150 research and development-focused scientists and engineers who provide R&D tax incentive support to EY clients around the globe.
Before joining EY, Elizabeth worked in the Canada Revenue Agency’s SR&ED division for nearly a decade. She is a frequent CRA co-presenter at events, who regularly provides input on policy development.
Elizabeth holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science from the University of Guelph.
How Elizabeth is building a better working world
“I believe that open and transparent communication is fundamental to creating a better working world. This is more easily achieved when we can bring our authentic self to work. By contributing to a workplace where everyone is valued for who they are, I strive to create an environment that promotes authentic dialogue amongst our team and with our clients. Sincere dialogue with our clients fosters trusting relationships which ultimately allows us to better support businesses as they grow and thrive.”