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Elizabeth McLardy

About Elizabeth McLardy

I’m a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) with a passion for numbers and a dedication to fostering excellence in the world of finance. With over 13 years of invaluable experience in the accounting and finance field, I have proudly contributed to the success of top ASX 100 companies both in Australia and overseas.

As an accomplished and talented trainer, I have had the privilege of sharing my extensive knowledge and expertise with the next generation of financial professionals for the past decade. My role as a subject matter expert in the CPA program has allowed me to shape the careers of countless aspiring accountants, guiding them towards excellence in their chosen field.

Beyond the classroom, I have taken on leadership roles that reflect my commitment to financial integrity and service to the community. My experience as a board member and treasurer for not-for-profit organizations has allowed me to apply my financial acumen to make a positive impact on those in need.

When I’m not immersed in the world of numbers and financial education, you’ll find me nurturing my other great passion: gardening. Whether I’m tending to my plants or exploring the great outdoors on a bushwalk, I find solace and inspiration in the beauty of the natural world.

Family is at the heart of everything I do, and I cherish the moments spent with my loved ones. It is this balance between professional excellence and personal fulfillment that fuels my passion for life.

Academic Credentials

  • Certified Practising Accountant (CPA)
  • Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM)
  • BCom (Accounting) & BIT (Information Systems)
  • Diploma of Project Management
  • Diploma Financial Counselling
  • Graduate Certificate in Professional Management (2009)

Work Experience

  • Trainer/Assessor, Swinburne Open Education
  • Lecturer/Unit Assessor, Southern Cross University
  • Subject Matter Expert, CPA Program
  • Senior Management Accountant, Origin Energy, University of Canberra, Bank of Scotland

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