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Gina Maxfield, cpa-CMA, CAFM, Capa

First Nation band Manager

Gina Maxfield is a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA, CMA) and has a Bachelors of Commerce (Hons) Degree from the University of Manitoba in Business Administration and Marketing with a Psychology minor and has taken courses in economic analysis, financial management, corporate finance and project management.   Ms. Maxfield also holds two designations — a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) from AFOA Canada, and a Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrator (CAPA) from AFOA Canada.

Ms. Maxfield has more than 30 years experience in the finance and accounting business. Her current role is as a first nation band manager.  Previously, she was a financial advisor.  Ms. Maxfield is involved in business strategy, marketing, financial and management controls and operational management, where beginning to end solutions are provided. As the Financial Advisor, Ms. Maxfield is responsible for providing accounting & advisory support services in the areas of accounting/CFO services, financial planning, forecasting, reporting, policy development and analysis, financial and debt management, capacity-building, Financial Administration Law, Financial Performance, and business consulting.

 Ms. Maxfield has experience in financial management and accounting which includes preparation of management account statements, financial analysis, budget preparation, account reconciliation, analyzing and evaluating operational risk and internal controls, finance and process improvement and automation. 

Ms. Maxfield’s previous experience included working for IMG as a financial advisor, and for the Health Sciences Center as Finance Director in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

For more information, please contact:

Gina Maxfield

Phone: (807)488-5602 ext.228
Email: fnmanager@naongashiing.ca


Councillor, Daniel Big George

Daniel Big George born in Winnipeg, MB on July 12, 1985. My mother is Verna Big George. I was raised off-reserve in Winnipeg where I obtained my 2-year diploma in Aboriginal Self Governance. Following this, I got a degree in Political Sciences and Indigenous Studies. After that, I moved to our community where I was hired as the AON Education Director. Initially, my plan was to gain experience as a director and seek employment in Winnipeg. Through my work as the Education Director, it encouraged me to continue working for my community in a capacity as a Councillor. So, I ran for Council in 2017 and I won the election. My goal as a Councillor is to fight for the preservation of our language and culture. I would also like to focus on our governance, more specifically our laws and policies.

Contact information:

Email: danbg@naongashiing.ca
Phone: (807) 488-5602 ext. 230