Mr. Chris Graham
MBA Programs Director, Senior Instructor; Accounting
BA, Queen's; MBA, Western; CGA, BC
|Office: BEC 274|
Chris Graham joined the Gustavson School of Business on a full-time basis in 2003. He instructs accounting and finance in both the bachelor and master programs.
His main areas of interest are revenue-pricing models for both profit and non-profit organizations, and First Nations economic development activities. Of course, these interests now come after his wife Joan and daughter Adrienne. He also tries to find time to sail and fix old sports cars.
Chris has an undergraduate degree in economics from Queen’s University at Kingston. He also has a master of business administration from the Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario. Most recently, he earned his professional accountant’s designation from the Certified General Accountants Association of British Columbia.
He has taught at the Ivey School of Business, was the department head of management at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (now the First Nations University of Canada) at the University of Regina, and was an instructor and the chair of the accounting department at Camosun College in Victoria. Graham also has industry experience managing a medium-sized manufacturing firm in Ontario, consulting on economic development projects in northern Saskatchewan, and managing the revenue and marketing operations for a medium-sized Canadian municipality.
- UVic Business Faculty Service Award for Excellence, 2007.