"Do something you love and you will never work a day in your life"

Marie-Samuelle Constant

Director, administration and finances
mconstant@casacom.ca

Every race car needs a high-performance engine. While the behind-the-scenes people are often unseen, they are essential for all great accomplishments.

Since the beginning of my career, I’ve strived to master the complex and important activities of accounting, finance and human resources, for the benefit of my clients and colleagues.

Following a DEC in marketing, a bachelor’s degree in business administration, and a SSHGD in accounting (which allowed me to obtain my CPA, CA title), I started my career as an external auditor at Ernst&Young. This experience allowed me to rub shoulders with influential figures in the world of accounting while being part of a winning team. Working as an accountant also enables me to fulfill my need for escaping routine, and gives me the daily challenge that I’m looking for.

However, my analytical side doesn’t outshine my extroverted personality. That’s why my job as director of accounting and administration at CASACOM fascinates me. Progressing in this welcoming firm allows me to combine my rational and creative sides to be the best that I can be. This also brings me back to my first love: marketing.

I’ve found the perfect role for me at CASACOM, a business that simultaneously encourages my values and allows me to develop my passions on a daily basis. I hope to guide CASACOM to new heights through my expertise and knowledge.

Outside the office, I keep myself busy by planning and participating in events for non-profit organizations that help the community, for various causes, such as children’s health and financial independence.

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