Annik Blanchard

Engagement Partner

CPA, CA

BDO Canada LLP - Ottawa - Kent Street

613-739-8221

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Executive Summary

Annik is a Partner in BDO Ottawa’s Kent Street office. She has over 20 years of experience serving as a professional accountant for not-for-profit, public, and private organizations. She is also the leader for associations and member-based organizations within BDO’s Not-For-Profit Industry group and the Not-For-Profit Industry lead for the National Capital Region. In addition, she is part of BDO’s National Quality Assurance Review team, which conducts internal inspections of the technical and qualitative aspects of work performed across our own BDO offices.  

As one of Ottawa’s 2018 Forty Under 40, Annik is known in her community for working as a Board member for the Winchester District Memorial Hospital, a board member for Embrun Watch, a member of the Greater Ottawa Habitat for Humanity—Women Build Leadership Program, and as a volunteer through the CPA Canada Financial Literacy Program. 

Professional Affiliations

Member, Chartered Professional Accountants Canada 
Member, Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario 

Professional Designations & Education

Ordres des Comptables Professionnels Agréés du Québec (2017) 
Chartered Professional Accountant, Ontario (2012) 
Chartered Accountant, Ontario (2004) 
Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting, University of Ottawa (2003) 

Community Involvement

Volunteer, CPA Canada Financial Literacy Program 
Member, Greater Ottawa Habitat for Humanity — Women Build 
Board Member, Winchester District Memorial Hospital (2021 -  Present) 
Audit Committee Member, Ottawa Carleton District School Board (2014-2020) 
Audit and Finance Committee Member, Girl Guides of Canada (2015-2021) 
Board Member, Embrun Watch (2018-Present) 

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