Anthony Nevin resides in Indian Brook First Nation also known as Shubenacadie Band, and has held administrative positions with the staff of the Shubenacadie Band Council from 1985-2000.
Anthony then made the decision to accept an offer to fill a term project management position with a private consulting firm, Algonquin Systems Inc., or ASI, of Campellton, N.B.
Since 1998, Anthony has been a member of the Joint-Community Planning Committee, an umbrella agency that has been created to bring community planning expertise into the reserves.
Members include representatives from CMHC, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Public Works Canada, Health Canada, Dalhousie University
and a number of the First Nation Communities.
During the term position with ASI he
set the groundwork for a housing program in the Eel River Bar community.
initiated the administrative structure for this program, then helped select and train a housing manager that would direct the program in the long term.
In the course of this contract, he
was asked to work, valued more than $100,000 of additional consulting work for the firm.
has received offers from various First Nation communities to act in a management capacity in both setting up for and tendering for services in a particular construction program, and in the overseeing of actual construction processes.
has also been approached by First Nation communities with a request to provide assistance to them as they prepare and submit their own Housing Policy Proposals.
Seizing these and many other opportunities lead Anthony to establish ANMS to which today is 100% aboriginal owned and operated.
For a more detailed description of Anthony Nevin's
credentials as stated in his
resume, click below.