Stacey Corriveau

She / Her


A subject-matter expert in Canadian social enterprise and charity compliance, Stacey is also sparked by the power of technical writing to educate the social purpose sector.
Stacey helps community-based social enterprises navigate regulatory frameworks, ensuring that their growing revenue never jeopardizes parent entity tax status.

She also loves the detail of day-to-day bookkeeping, and has served on voluntary boards throughout the Fraser Valley, most often as Treasurer. Stacey also assists groups to obtain charitable status.

A Certified Professional Bookkeeper with a specialization in Small Business Counselling and robust experience in full cycle accounting, Stacey holds Professional Certificates in Sustainable Community Development and Community Economic Development. She also holds a graduate degree in English Language and Literature (Queen’s).

I’m moved by leaders in the social change space, and people living the change that they want to see in the world.

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