Kimberly Shipley, CPA, CA

Kimberly Shipley

Kimberly Shipley , CPA, CA

Business Advisor, Agricultural Services

Kim is a member of MNP’s Agricultural Services team in Red Deer. With nearly two decades of experience, Kim makes financial information understandable to her clients. Using a proactive approach, she helps them understand the complexities of supply management so they can make informed decisions, improve their operations and achieve their business and personal goals.

Kim works closely with supply-managed producers, in particular dairy and poultry producers. Her services include compilation engagements, tax planning and tax filings, and review engagement reports.

Passionate about the agricultural industry, Kim grew up and still lives on a family farm.

Kim earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) from the University of Calgary in 2004 and a transfer diploma from Red Deer College in 2002. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2007 and earned an Early Achievement award in 2012.


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