Ada Adeleke-Kelani, Uche P. Ezetah, and Kola Oladimeji Vying for CPA Alberta Board in 2023
The 2023 CPA Alberta Board election is on the horizon. This year’s CPA Alberta Board election introduces us to a group of exceptional candidates who are enthusiastic about contributing their expertise and passion to the profession. Ada Adeleke-Kelani, Uche P. Ezetah, and Kola Oladimeji are among the eleven distinguished candidates vying for two positions on the CPA Alberta Board, each bringing unique experiences and visions to the table.
As the voting deadline of Tuesday, September 5, 12:00 pm, approaches, take a moment to explore their profiles:
Ada Adeleke-Kelani CPA, CA: Ada Adeleke-Kelani boasts a diverse 25-year journey within the accounting profession. From her current role as CEO of P.E.A.A.K. Konsulting to her prior managerial positions at Shell Canada Limited and the Office of the Auditor General of Alberta, Ada’s career is characterized by dedication, adaptability, and leadership. Holding multiple designations and being a Certified Leadership Coach, Ada’s commitment extends beyond her professional realm. Her involvement in mentoring and board activities underscores her dedication to nurturing the growth and success of emerging professionals.
Kola Oladimeji CPA, CGA: Kola Oladimeji’s career spans three decades and transcends international borders, bringing a wealth of experience and leadership to the CPA Alberta Board candidacy. As a Senior Director of Finance/CFO, Kola’s strategic insights and board experience enhance his potential contributions. His dedication to mentoring and fostering the next generation of CPAs reflects his commitment to the profession’s growth and evolution. Kola envisions a future that harmonizes technology and strategic skills to ensure CPAs remain integral business partners amidst a continuously changing landscape.
Uche P. Ezetah CPA, CMA: Uche P. Ezetah’s 19+ years of operational, reporting, and consolidation experience underscore her profound grasp of industry intricacies. With an unwavering commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion, Uche’s board priorities center around enhancing opportunities tied to the CPA designation for underrepresented and immigrant communities. Her robust leadership skills, combined with a genuine passion for the profession’s development, position her as a catalyst for positive change within the CPA Alberta community.
As the voting period concludes on September 5, 12:00 pm, all members are encouraged to participate by casting their votes and contributing to the future direction of the CPA Alberta community. To vote, visit the CPA Alberta Voting Portal.