Cameron Graham is an Associate Professor of Accounting at the Schulich School of Business and the Director of the Schulich MBA Program, one of the world’s pre-eminent management education programs. Cameron’s academic research examines the role of accounting in government, corporations, and society, focussing on issues related to poverty. His work has been published in leading academic journals, and has evaluated the impact of accounting practices on the global south, indigenous peoples, and Canada’s aging population. His current research is on the accounting practices in not-for-profit programs dealing with homelessness. Cameron holds a PhD in accounting from the University of Calgary. With a prior career of 20 years in information systems, Cameron brings both practical experience and academic insight to the position of Chair on the Board of the Canadian Abilities Foundation.