Director, BC Centre for Social Enterprise
Stacey Corriveau passionately acts as the founder and Director of the BC Centre for Social Enterprise.
Possessing a formal business background, Ms. Corriveau has owned and operated a personal tax and bookkeeping practice since 1996, and is also a professional writer.
Since autumn 2009, she has been serving as founding Executive Director of the non profit Resilient Communities Canada, an organization dedicated to fostering knowledge of sustainable community development via public events, research and dissemination of findings, and direct action related to reducing carbon footprints, enhancing local economies, building civic inclusion, supporting the ecologically sensible consumption of resources, and providing social enterprise supports.
She holds a Masters degree in English (Queens), professional certificates in Community Economic Development and Sustainable Community Development (SFU), and is an APEC-IBIZ Certified Small Business Counsellor.