Conversation with an Indigenous CPA
Marsha Janvier, CPA, shares her story about becoming a designated accountant and discusses what inspired her to pursue a CPA designation and the career path it has provided for her today. Learn about the new Indigenous tailored CPA certification program offerings that have been created through the collaboration of the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB) and the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Alberta (AFOA) and how they fit into the CPA certification program. This was an interactive session where participants got to pose questions to Marsha and CPAWSB staff.
Marsha Janvier is originally from La Loche, Saskatchewan and is Dene Métis.
She achieved her CPA designation in 2020 and is now working as a professional accountant who provides audit, assurance, and consulting services to Indigenous communities across Saskatchewan as a part of MNP's Indigenous Services Team. The team is knowledgeable in the specific needs of Indigenous organizations, the history and culture of Indigenous peoples, and the roles that Indigenous values play in future planning, daily operations, and decision making.
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When: Tuesday, April 4 starting at 12 pm MT (45-50 min)
Where: Live webinar | Registration CLOSED
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