Biographical Note - Brian Titus
Mr. Titus, a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM), is a member of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch'in First Nation of Dawson City, Yukon, and has lived in British Columbia since 1987.
Mr. Titus has extensive experience working for First Nation communities in policy development, strategic and operational planning, economic development and accounting.
Beginning his career as the senior accountant for Albion Fisheries in Vancouver, Mr. Titus later became the finance manager for Stó:lō Nation Child Welfare program and the financial advisor for the Stó:lō Nation Fisheries Authority.
In 1993, he began work with the Chehalis Indian Band as the finance and public works manager, and was responsible for several projects such as finance, social assistance, membership, fire protection, housing, and capital projects.
Since 2003, Mr. Titus has been the chief financial officer of the Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation.
Currently Mr. Titus is the president of the B.C. chapter of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA) and also sits on the National Board of AFOA Canada. Mr. Titus sits as a Board of Director for Chief Isaac Incorporated and RAB Energy in the Yukon Territory. He also volunteers his time as an advisor for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and the Indigenous Business Leadership program at the Camosun College in B.C.
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