Pam Lilley, CPA, CA, LPA

Pam Lilley

Pam Lilley , CPA, CA, LPA


Pam is a member of MNP’s Assurance and Accounting team in St. Catharines. Pam helps private companies with their accounting and internal control needs, as well as their statutory and regulatory reporting requirements. She brings more than two decades of experience to her work and a strong understanding of the challenges faced by the companies she serves.

Pam works with companies in a variety of industries, including agriculture (wineries, agricultural growers and wholesalers), transportation, manufacturing, hospitality and financial services, including credit unions.

Prior to joining MNP, Pam was a partner at a Big Four firm.

Pam earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in accounting and a Master of Accounting (MAcc) in 2001 from the University of Waterloo. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2003. She earned a Leadership Niagara Certificate of Completion in 2007.

Pam is the treasurer of United Way Niagara and a member of the board of directors of Special Olympics Canada

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