After earning a diploma in business administration from Seneca College, Shelly joined Investor Economics in 2004 as an administrative assistant with a weakness for Grand & Toy catalogues. Throughout the ensuing six years, she juggled myriad administrative duties while cultivating a talent for PowerPoint.
Shelly’s efforts were rewarded in 2011, when she traded in her administrative duties to concentrate exclusively on PowerPoint. Today, she brings her meticulous nature coupled with a healthy dose of creativity to bear, turning raw data into compelling presentations, thus ensuring that CEOs far and wide pay heed to our visionary research.
Ever the optimist in an office environment often marked by conflicting priorities, Shelly remains a die-hard Blue Jays fan—when not lacing up her shoes for a fast pitch game.