Lorelei R. Johns, C.A – Accounting services to not-for-profit organizations


Experience, continuous professional education, communications skills and a good personality fit are the key considerations in contracting a Chartered Accountant.

I will bring 35 years of direct, hands on experience in auditing, accounting, financial analysis, and operations management consulting to your organization.

I am a dedicated lifelong learner, continually working to improve my professional knowledge and communications skills.

I have a long history of building pleasant, positive and productive relationships.

My primary focus is working with not-for-profits. I want and will value your business.

A SHORT LOOK AT THE LONG CAREER OF LORELEI R. JOHNS, C.A

Experience:

  • Several Regina-based Chartered Accounting firms. (Managed non-profit audits.)
  • Saskatchewan Department of Economic Development. (Provided consulting and education to entrepreneurs and community boards in financial matters, business plan development, board responsibilities, and community development.)
  • University of Regina and SIAST. (Taught accounting and “How to Start a Business” courses.)
  • Peter Kiewit Sons Inc., Omaha construction firm.
  • (Treasury experience, including financial analysis, cash and short term investment management.)
  • Public accounting experience in Nebraska.
  • Ongoing annual participation in various professional development activities offered by:
  • The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants;
  • The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan; and
  • The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Volunteer:

  • Ridequine Fun Horse Show (Show Secretary)
  • Regina Therapeutic Riding Association (Board member, Treasurer)
  • Chairperson, “Muffin Capers” (breakfast program through Ethel Milliken Elementary School)

Education:

  • Chartered Accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan, 1988)
  • Certified Public Accountant, (Nebraska), 1983
  • Bachelor of Science, Accounting (University of Nebraska at Omaha), 1976