Lynell Anderson, CPA, CGA Child Care Fees: Where does the Money GO?
Date(s) - Mar 13, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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In this workshop, participants will be introduced to key child care
financial management roles, responsibilities and concepts.
Participants will have hands-on opportunities to analyze high-level
financial statements, explore real-life examples of financial
challenges facing the sector, and work collaboratively to apply
their knowledge to ‘building’ a publicly-funded child care system.
Workshop goals include:
1. Increased understanding of child care financial management
roles and responsibilities
2. How the financial challenges facing the sector today can be
addressed by building a publicly-funded system such as the Community Plan for a Public System
of Integrated Early Care and Learning, popularly known as the $10aDay Child Care Plan.
Child care managers, owners/operators, providers
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
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Drawing on 30 years of experience as a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CGA) in the voluntary, public, private and academic sectors, Lynell analyzes and utilizes financial information to promote public accountability, engage communities and advocate for evidence-informed change. Her research and advocacy activities focus on public policies that advance the rights of children, women and families, especially with respect to child care services. In 2012, as a member of a Canadian NGO delegation to Geneva, she shared her research and public reporting expertise with the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. An active listener, facilitator and presenter, Lynell is often a guest lecturer at post-secondary institutions and has taught Public Sector Financial Management for the CGA Associations of BC and Canada. She is also a Research Associate for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Past Chairperson of the Federation of BC Youth in Care Networks
Central Okanagan Early Years Partnership