CFNTA Grad Class of 2013

Before this course I saw taxation as a fundraiser but now I can appreciate the political, legal and economic importance. The program gave me confidence to take on tax administration and most of all, connected me to FNTC and other First Nations. Advice and support (and answers to questions!) have always been just an email or phone call away.
— Leanne Bradbury, Tulo Graduate

The second graduating class of the Certificate in First Nation Tax Administration program

  • Arnold Baptiste, Simpcw First Nation
  • Dean Bear, Muskoday First Nation
  • Gordon Bluesky, Brokenhead Ojibway Nation
  • Leanne Bradbury, Comox Indian Band
  • Nicole Calver, First Nations Tax Commission
  • Bonnie English, T’Souke Nation
  • Kerri-Jo Fortier, Simpcw First Nation
  • Lynn Gottfriedson, Tk’emlúps Indian Band
  • Jordan Joe, Shackan Indian Band
  • Elise Petersen, Westbank First Nation
  • Kalulani Pyper, Tk’emlúps Indian Band
  • Sandra Sprinkling, T’Souke Nation
  • Lise Steele, We Wai Kai Nation

Benefits of becoming a CFNTA graduate are: 

  • Meets one criteria for Certified Tax Administrator membership status with the First Nations Tax Administrators Association.
  • Potential career advancement, personal development and expands your professional network.
  • Excel at property tax administration and contribute to the success of your community.