Kathryn Peterson, CPA, CGA

Kathryn Peterson, CPA, CGA

​Chief Financial Officer

Kathy is a proud member the Chartered Professional Accountants Association, and brings over 30 years of financial industry experience in developing and implementing corporate and business unit strategies.

She currently leads the Finance & Administration teams, and is responsible for assisting in the formulation of the company’s short and long-term strategic plans. She oversees all financial, accounting, information systems, administration and compliance functions for the group of companies.

Kathy is an energetic professional who has vision. She thrives on a challenge, such as the establishment and pursuit of realistic goals to frame long term successful growth.

With over 26 years of extensive experience, her areas of expertise include investments, money management, financing, general taxation, financial reporting, and complex business issues. She has held various C-suite positions while also working with private charities, high net worth individuals, and families.  She is a skilled and respected negotiator.

Her interests include travelling, hiking, and mentoring. She is passionate about volunteering her time as a board member for a non for profit organization, where she believes in creating diverse communities, by providing a home for everyone.  Most of all, she loves making a difference in people’s lives.

Clients We Serve

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Join Our Team

When you join PWT, you become part of a community of people who are engaged in the most innovative practices in the Trenchless Industry. We have been instrumental in setting up a scientific method for cities to gain carbon offsets/credits from their use of trenchless construction. This system has been reviewed by the BC Government and has been approved as of December 2018. We expect to see it in common use shortly.