Brenda Liggett provides leadership and oversight for Fraser Health’s strategic financial planning, budgeting and financial services.
In her role as vice president, Facilities Management, Brenda Liggett leads a team responsible for creating, building and sustaining buildings and infrastructure in order to enhance the delivery of care through innovation and leadership in facilities management.
Brenda provides executive leadership to a portfolio of services focused on energy and environmental sustainability, clinical and equipment planning and business case development, utilities and infrastructure operations and maintenance, space and asset management, real estate planning and development, project design, construction and management, property management and lease negotiations and systems.
As chief financial officer, Brenda provides leadership and oversight for Fraser Health’s strategic financial planning, budgeting and financial services. She leads Accounting Services, Business Support, Financial Planning, Capital Development and has general management oversight for our Public Private Partnership (P3) projects. Brenda also has responsibility for Business Initiatives and Support Services (BISS) and the procurement and accounts payable functions for BC Clinical and Support Services (BCCSS).
Brenda’s professional relationship with Fraser Health dates back to 1984. Over the past three decades, she has held progressively senior positions in the organization’s finance department. She holds a deep knowledge of Fraser Health’s corporate and financial histories and has detailed experience from all sectors in the organization.
As chief financial officer, Brenda is uniquely positioned to lead Fraser Health’s financial portfolio with a focus on the big financial picture of the organization and an understanding of how leaders manage their individual budgets.
Brenda is a chartered professional accountant (CPA, CMA) and has a Master of Arts degree in Leadership and Training from Royal Roads University. She is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants Society of British Columbia.