Kids First Parents Association of Canada

UBC's funding of HELP and daycare lobby: Clyde Hertzman over $212,000 from UBC alone

UBC compensation = expenses to leading all-day Kindergarten and daycare promoters

*Clyde Hertzman—Executive Director of HELP, also works for the World Bank
HERTZMAN CLYDE
$212,497 + $15,163 expenses

*Paul Kershaw—#2 at HELP, leading media promoter of all day Kindergarten until Aug 2010 when he was joined by M Chapman. He has also written a paper studying welfare "reform" (that is elimination of welfare eligibility and reduction of benefits) that involved face to face interviews with effected women while they were being kicked off welfare. He is critical of "boomers" because they take $ from families with children.
KERSHAW PAUL
$97,321 + $10,009 expenses

*Darcelle Cottons—Executive Director of UBC Child Care—UBC covers all administration, janitorial, repair and rent costs of the large daycare
COTTONS DARCELLE
$83,894 + $2,793 expenses

Marilyn Chapman—Education professor, UBC and now media spokesperson for all-day Kindergarten
CHAPMAN MARILYN
$117,097 + 0 expenses

# Kimberley Schonert Reichl
SCHONERT-REICHL K
$94,361 + 0 expenses

*Hillel Goelman—Long-time daycare promoter and was HELP/Hertzman's #2 media spokesperson from 2001 until recently replaced by Kershaw
GOELMAN HILLEL
$174,141 + $8,957 expenses


* Serving or served long term on the BC Provincial Child Care Council, the BC Government official advisory body



This information is from THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Schedule of Remuneration and Expenses Paid to Employees Year Ended March 31, 2009



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