Speaker Series Grant Awarded to Trinity Western University

TWU Dean of the School of Business, Dr. Kevin Sawatzky, at previous Speaker Series event. Photo by CPAEF.

The CPA Education Foundation has awarded a Speaker Series grant of $2,500 to Trinity Western University (TW) to support a presentation on “Entrepreneurship” by alumnus Andrew Hansen.  The event is scheduled for November 13, 2019.

Andrew Hansen, raised in Langley BC, was recognized by BC Business Magazine as a “Top 30 Under 30”.   He earned his business administration degree from Trinity Western University in 2013.  After starting out as an operations manager at Ledcor Group, he left in 2016 to become the VP Business Development with a Surrey-based marketing firm Agency Media.

Andrew will speak about the keys to his success and how his education played a role in his career advancement. The event is open to faculty, TWU students and alumni.

This Speaker Series application was submitted by Amanda Greenway CPA CA, a faculty member at TWU.

(left) Amanda Greenway CPA CA, faculty member at TWU, with (right) David Chiang CPA CA, CPABC’s vice-president of member advice and programs. Photo by CPAEF.

The CPAEF offers grants of up to $2,500 up to twice a year to BC post-secondary institutions to support faculty development.  Visit the CPAEF website under “Helping Faculty” to find out more.


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