Lauren Parker began her career in an administrative capacity at MNP in 2011. She quickly found her passion working with farm clients in MNP’s agricultural services niche. Driven to learn more about the farming and accounting industries, she completed the accounting program at Saskpolytech while gaining practical knowledge working hands on with producers in her full-time role as a bookkeeper and administrator with MNP.
Lauren brings her attention to detail, problem solving skills and excellent client service to her role as an accountant with Maverick Ag.
Jennifer MacKillop CAIB
Originally from the East coast, Jennifer and her family moved here to Saskatchewan in 2016. Her degree in Business Management and previous employment as an Assistant Manager, has made her an expert in all office procedures and organizational tasks. Driven to be more beneficial to the company, she has received her CAIB designation and is now fully qualified to help with all your risk management policies.
She has settled into the Prairies nicely and is enjoying learning all she can about Risk Management and the Ag industry.
Evan Shout CPA, CA
President + Co-Founder
Evan Shout is the president and co founder of Maverick Ag Ltd, a business risk management and consulting firm focused on insurance and data analytics. He also sits as chief financial officer at Hebert Grain Ventures (HGV), a 22,000-acre grain and oilseed operation in southeast Saskatchewan.
Evan is a CPA and worked with MNP in his past career, having a specialty in large scale primary producer grain operations. He also was a shareholder in Shout Farms Ltd, a family grain farming operation in central Saskatchewan until January of 2014. His passion for the industry drives a calling that includes operational management of human resources, technology, data collection and financial and business risk management practices that will assist primary producer operations into the next generation of agriculture.
The goal is the change the face of financial risk management in agriculture. To leave the dirt, financial statements and industry in a better state than the last generation.