Bio of Lucille Jack, CAFM
Lucille Jack is a Tlingit Woman and is a member of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation, grew up in Atlin, BC. After graduation she attended college and completed her certification in business administration; focus was in accounting.
For most of Ms. Jack’s professional life she worked for First Nation Organizations, focusing on management in the fields of finance, administration and human resources. Her work included negotiating funding agreements, worked with INAC to develop policy, developed and implemented internal policy, completing audits and enjoys volunteering in the community. In 2010 she has ventured out into the consultant field. Her focus is assisting and mentoring in first nations finance departments and assists with administration and human resources.
She believes in working in a team environment and works well with other managers within organizations. As a consultant she believes in building capacity within the organization so the skills stay with the organization. Ms. Jack believes in upgrading her skills in financial, administrative and human resource management fields and has good interpersonal, communication reading and writing skills. She has proficient computer skills with Microsoft office, AccPac.
Lucille enjoys building or reconstructing organizations to ensure the organization operates in an efficient and effective manner.