Joyda Bianco appointed Chief Financial Officer
homeD Modular Technologies Inc., the Canadian leader in rapid modular housing solutions, welcomes Joyda Bianco as Chief Financial Officer. Joyda Bianco is a CPA and CGA licensed in British Columbia. She has over 15 years of progressive experience in finance and accounting. Her experience spans various industries, including banking (G&F Financial Group) and technology (Hyperview Technologies Inc). Joyda has extensive experience with government and not-for-profit organizations such as Calgary Economic Development, the City of Vancouver, and Doctors of BC.
Joyda has a proven track record of implementing accounting and financial processes and controls that enhance business profitability. Notable projects include financial management for the construction of the Calgary Film Centre ($30M). She is driven by a desire to create value and takes pride in transforming business decision-making through data insights. In addition to her work as a finance leader, she has been recognized as an agile contributor to driving strategy and teamwork across organizations.
Joyda Bianco holds an MBA in Finance from the Sauder School of Business (University of British Columbia). She combines working at homeD with her role as CFO at Hyperview and enjoys her downtime at the gym and hiking in the mountains with family and friends.
“Joyda’s background in tech start-ups, government and not-for-profit organizations make her a perfect fit in understanding the nuances that we are trying to bridge with our innovation to affordable rapid housing solutions,” explained Michele Tung, CEO of homeD. “With her breadth of financial expertise in dealing with the public and private sector, we are very excited to be working with her in tackling the issues of homelessness in our communities. “I am thrilled to work with the talented team at homeD and contribute value to a company that is creating meaningful social impact in my own community,” said Joyda Bianco.
Joyda will lead the financial operations for homeD’s first two pilot projects in Vancouver’s DTES. These projects are currently in application for development and building permit with the City of Vancouver.
homeD offers rapid modular housing solutions with a mission to eradicate homelessness. With its internationally award-winning designs, the homeD OPods and BoxPods can be reused and relocated, providing safe, resilient homes that are self-contained with sleeping, bathroom, kitchenette, and storage areas. Homes are manufactured locally to support and stimulate local employment and commerce, a strategy that flows from homeD’s Circle of Good. The Circle of Good is core to the philosophy of the company and its business practices. Training and employment opportunities are given to the communities we serve, understanding that dignity and self-respect are necessary to break the cycle of homelessness.
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