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After an extensive public consultation process, a year action plan was released in June This year action plan was developed to make B. One of the key gdsp blocks in the plan is Rdxp Security, which includes a goal for our province to have the highest savings rate for people with disabilities in Canada by through the use of financial tools such as the RDSP.
The RDSP is a long-term savings plan designed by the Government of Canada to help people with disabilities and their families save money for the future. Norah Flaherty, a business consultant with Flaherty and Associates and the parent of a young adult with a developmental disability, serves as chair of the action group.
Flaherty brings to this initiative exemplary leadership in disability program management. Norah Flaherty is a business consultant with expertise in disability related issues.
A former lecturer at Concordia University in Montreal, Ms. She founded the West Point Grey ball hockey team for young men with developmental disabilities, and is a member of the program committee of the Canucks Autism Network. Flaherty holds a bachelor of education and master of science in renewable resources from McGill University, as well as a master of business administration MBA from Concordia University, Montreal.
Tim enjoys actively working with the boards of both organizations and the many partnerships that are key to their success.
He has been part of numerous start-ups to mature business stability and enjoys both challenging and collaborative working environments. The Honourable Wendy G Baker was born in rural Saskatchewan and attended the University of Saskatchewan, graduating with degrees in commerce and law.
Following graduation she moved to Vancouver where she practiced civil and commercial litigation and administrative law with a large downtown law firm.
Her community and volunteer work included a two-year term as president of the BC Association for Community Living now Inclusion BC and she was honoured to receive a Citation for Citizenship from the secretary of state for Canada for her work as an advocate for persons with disabilities. Baker was appointed to the Supreme Court of British Columbia in and retired from the court in Neil has worked in the fields of disability and health for the past 18 years, both within British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
As vice president, financial planning, Craig leads a team of financial planners, with a strong focus on providing exceptional advice to their customers. Over the last 15 years, he has held various advice and leadership positions, and has a deep understanding and commitment to advice based conversations. Craig has an acute awareness of the financial realities impacting B.
Craig dedicates many volunteer hours to various charitable organizations and social enterprises, including active engagement in all BMO Bank of Montreal community initiatives in Vancouver. He is a role model for environmental awareness and a strong supporter of diversity within the organization. She has been the executive director since Jane has been responsible for the management of many projects designed to enable people with disabilities to live with dignity and independence in their communities.
These include initiatives to make the RDSP more accessible, particularly to people with disabilities living on very low incomes. Jane has also played a leadership role in developing stakeholder partnerships to promote communication between the disability community, government and other decision-makers. She is also responsible for organizing committees that have brought together community organizations with TransLink, ICBC and the business sector. Jane is frequently interviewed by media on issues of importance to B.
Michael has been with RBC for over 18 years in a variety of leadership roles. Currently, he provides advice and guidance as a licensed financial planner focusing on long term investment strategies for clients. Michael has been involved on several boards, including: Michael has been recognized for his contributions to sport in Canada, including induction into: Michael completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Victoria and holds his personal financial planning designation.
Brant is married with two children and six grandchildren. He loves to travel and finds enjoyment in the great outdoors. She was born and raised in the Lower Mainland of B. Entering the BC Public Service inshe began her career as a financial assistance worker with the Ministry of Social Services, providing income assistance and persons with disabilities benefits services to youth aged 19 to 24 years old.
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Making the move to the PGT inTrudie has held various positions, including regional consultant in services to rrsp, business analyst and manager in child and youth services.
Trudie has a passion for collaborating with other youth serving ministries, agencies and organizations to support young people transitioning out of government care. An active volunteer, Dr. Prince has been a board member of a community health clinic, a legal rxsp society, a hospital society and hospital foundation, the BC Association for Community Living, and the social policy committee of the Council of Canadians with Disabilities.
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He serves on the advisory committee on children and youth with special needs, to the Representative of Children and Youth for British Columbia. Jan has worked with CPABC and its predecessors in a variety of roles, most recently as chief operating officer of the legacy CA Institute and now in a role focused on supporting members and students. Both provincially and in this national role, Jan supports the CPA Canada financial literacy initiatives.
Jack joined Community Living BC in after working with people with disabilities and their families for 30 years. Previously Jack worked at Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network, where he led advocacy efforts to get the Federal Government to implement the Registered Disability Savings Plan and to tdsp provincial governments to modify their edsp assistance to encourage people to utilize the RDSP.
Disability Alliance BC is a provincial cross-disability organization that works to promote the dignity, independence, and well-being of people with disabilities in their communities. Sam and his team develop and operate programs and initiatives that are in service to this mission. He regularly presents on issues that affect people with disabilities in communities around B. Sam holds a law degree from the University of Rdxp Columbia and previously studied economics and philosophy at the University of Victoria.
As chief rxsp officer of Canada’s largest community credit union, Tamara Vrooman harnesses the strength of Vancity to fulfill its vision of redefining wealth for members and communities. This vision challenges us to rfsp differently about wealth, to return to a meaning that says you can only truly prosper as an individual if you are connected to a rrsp, healthy community that is sustainable for the long term.
Through Vancity’s involvement with the Social Finance Task Force and the Global Alliance for Banking on Values GABVshe sees this can be done on a national and global scale, recognizing that we play a key role in improving the quality of life for current and future generations through values-based banking.
Under Tamara’s leadership, Vancity became the first carbon neutral credit union in North America, the first Canadian financial institution invited to join GABV, and the largest organization in Canada with a living-wage policy a living wage is higher than minimum wage; it is a wage that meets the needs of daily living and provides some discretionary income. InTamara guided Vancity to its best earnings performance in its year history. Find out more about Accessibility PDF.
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Questions about the collection of information can be directed to the Manager of Corporate WebGovernment Digital Experience Division. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation Skip to side navigation Accessibility Statement. Contact the Accessibility Secretariat. The result will be an opportunity for the province to demonstrate that it is the making B. In she was awarded the Order of British Columbia for community leadership.
Jack Styan, vice president, strategic initiatives, Community Living BC Jack joined Community Living BC in after working with people with disabilities and their families for 30 years. Did you find what you were looking for? Thank you for your response. Help us improve gov.