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Carla Thiesen

Analyst, Upper Fraser Region

Community Living BC

HQ Phone:  (604) 664-0101

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Community Living BC

7Th Floor 1200 West 73Rd Avenue

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6P 6G5

Canada

Company Description

Community Living BC is the Crown agency responsible for providing support and services to people with developmental disabilities, children with special needs and their families in British Columbia. It has a board of self-advocates, family and community members... more

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British Columbia


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Senior Management Team | Community Living British Columbia

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Carla Thiesen, Director of Regional Operations, Fraser Region
Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, Carla Thiesen has a Bachelor of Arts from the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. Carla owned and operated a small business in transportation for over 15 years and has spent over twenty years in the Community Living sector in a range or positions, including front line work and management. Prior to joining CLBC Carla was the Director of Operations for a non-profit society for seven years. In 2005 she joined CLBC as a Quality Service Manager and became Director of Regional Operations for the Fraser region in 2009.


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(http://communitylivingbc NULL.ca/wp-content/uploads/Carla-Thiesen NULL.jpg)Carla Thiesen, Director of Regional Operations, Fraser
Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, Carla Thiesen has a Bachelor of Arts from the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. Carla owned and operated a small business in transportation for over 15 years and has spent over twenty years in the Community Living sector in a range or positions, including front line work and management. Prior to joining CLBC Carla was the Director of Operations for a non-profit society for seven years. In 2005 she joined CLBC as a Quality Service Manager and became Director of Regional Operations for the Fraser region in 2009.


Innovation Support Network

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Carla Thiesen
Project Director, QS Initiatives


Young Adults Community Options, Innovation Project

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Carla Thiesen Project Director, QS Initiatives (CLBC)


www.mrtimes.com

In mid September, Community Living BC's director of regional operations with the Fraser region, Carla Thiesen, said CLBC was "repurposing" its dollars to ensure people with developmental disabilities get "real jobs for real pay.
That meant 29 employees, who were part of the program, would have lost their jobs at the recycling depot. As an explanation for why the program was ending, Thiesen said it wasn't a real "employment program," rather a day program. At the time, Thiesen said the contract with the Ridge Meadows Recycling Society was coming to a "natural end" on Sept. 30, and the agency planned to put into a place a transition plan for the individuals who were in the program. Carla Thiesen


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