Darryl Goodall,CPA, CMA
"A simple text, a quick email or phone call, I’ve never had a time when Darryl and his team were not reachable. That was a massive feature and a huge benefit for a business owner whose business is their lifeline"
"It was the first meeting with Darryl and we laid out everything we needed help with…that in itself was a beautiful process! That “aha” moment"
"I found that Darryl was easy to work with. He’s independent, but he gives you the feel that he’s part of the company."
Darryl Goodall, CPA, CMA
Darryl’s extensive experience working with a number of family and private businesses, coupled with his tenure in publicly traded companies, allows him to provide a broad range of insights and solutions for his clients. He is known for his problem solving skills and ability to ensure a plan covers all aspects of the business, not just the financial ones. With a strong entrepreneurial approach, areas of expertise include sourcing financing and refinancing debt, crisis management and turnarounds, strategic planning, building and mentoring the right financial team, and driving operational improvements.
Prior to founding Part Time CFO Services Inc. in 2013, companies Darryl has worked for include Pepsico, Quaker Oats, Horizon Plastics International Inc., Main Access LLC and Pebra Inc..
Darryl received his Honours of Bachelor Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University in 1992 and his CMA designation in 1994, which later merged with CPA in 2014.
As an active sports enthusiast, he will often be found at the local soccer pitches and hockey arenas playing the games he loves or coaching his daughters. Darryl has been on the Board of Directors for the local soccer club in a variety of roles for twelve years and counting.
- Wilfrid Laurier University Bachelor of Business Administration
- Habitat for Humanity Northumberland - Treasurer
- Daughters for Life Foundation - Treasurer
- Community Training and Development Centre - Board Member
- Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre - Treasurer
- Peterborough’s Innovation Cluster - Advisor for start-ups and entrepreneurs
- Port Hope Minor Soccer Club - Coach, President and Head Referee