Maggie Van Camp is the new National Agricultural Practice Development Leader for BDO Canada, based out of the Guelph, Ont. office. Van Camp comes to BDO with decades of experience in agricultural publishing — most recently, 11 years as Senior Business Editor with Country Guide.
She has developed a reputation for integrity, consistently sourcing practical business information for farmers and strategically identifying paramount issues for the agricultural industry.
"As Canadian farms and agri-businesses get more complex, they need better, more in-depth professional services and financial advice," says Van Camp. “BDO's accountants are smart, skilled, and passionate about agriculture. It's a perfect fit."
"As National Agriculture Group Industry Leader, I am so excited about Maggie joining our team. Her vast agricultural knowledge and experience will enhance the level of service we are able to provide our agricultural clients,” says BDO Partner Mark Verwey.
Van Camp is also CEO and owner of Redcrest Farms, a broiler farm near Blackstock, Ont. Prior to farming, she lived and worked in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Southwestern Ontario.
Van Camp is a director for the Eastern Canadian Farm Writers Association. She was previously a 4-H leader and on the county board executive, and she has volunteered at her local fair and church.
Broiler farmer lands key role with BDO's ag division
Maggie Van Camp named company's new National Agricultural Practice Development Leader.
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