AFOA

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AcronymDefinition
AFOAAboriginal Financial Officers Association (Canada)
AFOAAlabama Forest Owners' Association, Inc. (Birmingham, AL)
AFOAAmerican Fats and Oils Association, Inc.
AFOAAustralian Financial Operations Association Limited
AFOAAhrens-Fox Owners Association
AFOAAnchorage Football Officials Association (est. 1996; Anchorage, AK)
AFOAArgentine Forest Association
AFOAAlabama Friends of Adoption
AFOAAsset Forfeiture Oversight Advisory
AFOAAward for Obscure Abbreviations
AFOAArena Football Officials' Association
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Improved financial skills lead to improved decision-making," said Terry Goodtrack, President and CEO of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada.
THE ABORIGINAL FINANCIAL OFFICERS Association of Canada has announced that Terry Goodtrack, Chief Operating Officer of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation located in Ottawa, and Alana Dixon, Band Administrator of the Canim Lake Band in British Columbia, are the 2011 recipients of the AFOA/Xerox Excellence in Aboriginal Leadership Award.
The conference will be held in Winnipeg and will interest members of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association. To register, visit online at www.afoa.ca.
Ernie Daniels is president and Chief Operating Officer of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA).
Changes in First Nations financial reporting that will go into effect on January 1, 2009, have brought about an initiative by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association (AFOA).
The journal of aboriginal management Ottawa : Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada.
So many people are looking to secure designation as a certified Aboriginal financial manager (CAFM) that the organization that grants that certification -- Aboriginal Financial Officers Association Canada (AFOA Canada) -- has added more time to a grandfather clause that means qualified financial managers can get credit for work experience.
He is also a board member of both the provincial and national Aboriginal Financial Officers Association, the traveling race-relations exhibit 'Sasipenita', and other community-led innovations such as provincial Metis and First Nations investment initiatives.
The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA) has put forward a resolution asking the chiefs gathered in Quebec City to recognize the important role played by the AFOA of Canada and AFOA Chapters to enhance Aboriginal financial management throughout the country.
The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA) is among this year's winners of The Conference Board of Canada's Community Learning Awards, handed out annually to recognize successful education and training programs that employ information technology to facilitate the learning process.
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA) National Conference (Vancouver)
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