Rob Fendrick is currently providing consulting services in finance, management, and policy to Yukon First Nations and municipalities. Born in the Northwest Territories and raised in Whitehorse, Fendrick stayed in Vancouver after university to begin his career with BC Hydro in 1982. After several years with Hydro, Fendrick moved out on his own to operate a computer company that employed 20 people. He received his Certified General Accountant (CGA) designation in 1991, and returned to Whitehorse in 1998.
Fendrick also holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Alaska Southeast.
Fendrick moved to governmental work and was involved at the municipal level in administration for 17 years as the Director of Corporate Services and was voted onto the Council for the City of Whitehorse in 2015.
Fendrick has been involved with the CGA Association at the local level for over 12 years as President of CGA Yukon. He currently serves on the National Board and has recently successfully merged CGA Yukon to form the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Association of the Yukon.
His spouse, Wendy Fendrick, is also a CGA. The couple met while they were both working for BC Hydro, and have been married for over 30 years. Wendy and Rob love the outdoors and you can find them spending their time together mountain biking and kiteboarding. They have two children – Stuart and Kurtis, both in their mid-20's.