Kali Friday, CPA, CA, CAFM

Kali Friday

Kali Friday , CPA, CA, CAFM

Partner, Indigenous Services

Kali Friday, CPA, CA, CAFM, is a Partner with MNP’s Indigenous Services group in Nanaimo. Kali works with First Nation communities and Indigenous-owned businesses across British Columbia, delivering a wide range of assurance, tax and business advisory services.

Drawing on 10 years of experience in public practice, Kali strives to help her Indigenous clients achieve success in ways that align with their values, vision and culture. With each client, her goal is to transfer financial literacy skills and find creative solutions to challenges. Kali helps clients ensure leadership has timely financial information while helping improve budget monitoring and internal reporting and increasing transparency to memberships.

Kali earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Vancouver Island University in 2008. She is a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2010.


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