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Ellen Drevnig brings years of experience and leadership to her role at Seaquist + Partners Inc. Previously a Vice President with a global full service accounting firm, Ellen worked in the Litigation Accounting and Valuation Services group. Ellen’s expertise extends from valuing Future Cost of Care Reports / Life Care Plans in personal injury cases and loss-of-services reports in fatality claims to conducting damage quantifications, class action / breach-of-contract and procurement disputes, forensic investigation and complex litigation. She is frequently called on to critique other experts’ reports in both personal injury and commercial contexts. Ellen has completed assignments on behalf of plaintiff and defence counsels as well as insurance companies. In addition to her CPA, CA professional designations, and being Certified in Financial Forensics by accounting bodies in the United States, she holds a Bachelor of Business Management degree, majoring in Accounting and Finance.
Ellen enjoys sharing her knowledge and has composed seminars and presented to rehabilitation organizations, such as the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals (IARP), the International Symposium of Life Care Planning (Atlanta, Georgia), rehabilitation and insurance companies, and law firms. In the pursuit of ongoing education, Ellen attends / exhibits at conferences across Canada and is frequently invited to speak to Life Care Planners about the practical economic aspects of Future Care Reports.
She has authored articles which have appeared on The Lawyer’s Daily website published by LexisNexis Canada Inc. and in Canadian Defence Lawyers HEARSAY.
Ellen enjoys giving back to the community as a member of the Board of Directors, Secretary Treasurer, at Community Head Injury Resource Services (CHIRS), a non-profit agency in Toronto serving adults with Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI).
Ellen is also a Life Member of Canadian Hadassah-WIZO Toronto, a 15-Year Pin Recipient volunteer at the Canadian Cancer Society and has previously volunteered at the Forest Hill Hockey Association and coached boys’ soccer in the North Toronto Soccer League.