CBE Educational Services, Inc. is a HUB Zone Certified Woman Owned Small Business. Hub Zone Certificate #57520
A HUB Zone is a United States Small Business Administration (SBA) program for small companies that operate and employ people in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones). The HUBZone program was created in response to the HUBZone Empowerment Act created by the US Congress in 1998.
Current CBE projects:
Interim Financial Director
Champlain Valley School District
Financial setup for Fiat Lux LLC d/b/a Parker Pie W. Glover, VT
Contracted Consultant. Oversaw all balance sheet line items which held a substantial number of accounts that reflect the activities of five schools. Conducted monthly review of each asset line item, and liability accounts with special focus on all payroll activity for approximately 1000 employees. Communications with central office department personnel and school bookkeepers. Reported directly to the Chief Operating Officer.
North Country SU Staff Accountant. Provided oversight of all financial records for the SU and its 10 member school districts. Provided accounting guidance in the Business Office. Prepared materials for annual audits for the SU and participating school districts. Assisted with budget development, reconciliation, and compliance. Oversaw revenue and expense reports to the Boards and Principals on a monthly basis and reconciled Trial Balances on a monthly basis.
Casey Boyle-Eldridge is Owner and President of CBE Educational Services, Inc. She provides consulting, training, and technical assistance with a primary focus of enhancing leadership skills, strengthening communications and promoting behavioral health and promoting protective factors across the life course spectrum. She provides trainings and webinars in the field of adolescent development, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug risk behaviors, building community coalitions with prevention planning in the program designs.
CBE also provides one-on-one consulting for strategic planning, conference presentations, identifying needs assessment, understanding program evaluation, meeting facilitation and grant writing support services. Her work includes a related thread of building sustainability through a series of grant writing workshops and webinars.
Contracted consultant work includes:
- National Trainer of Trainers for SAMHSA’s revised 2012 SAPST Trainings for SE CAPT/ NE CAPT / Central CAPT
- Master Trainer for Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration ‘s (SAMHSA) Center for Application Technology (CAPT) regional Community of Practice Virtual Technical Assistance for the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) Facilitators
- SAPST trainings provided in North Dakota, New York, Maine, Delaware, New Hampshire, Texas, Maryland, Oregon, West Virginia, and Arkansas.
Services included providing the exposure course, the trainer of trainers’ course, TOT coach and consultant. Most of these trainings were with a co-trainer, and several were as a solo trainer.
- Panelist for NY State SPF SIG Prevention Panel
- Rhode Island, Holistic Collaboration for Prevention Training
- Coaching for Success – New Hampshire
- Workforce Development – North Dakota
Casey received a BA in Liberal Arts concentrating on Economic History and studies in poverty from Norwich University’s Vermont College. She earned her M. Ed in adult learning theory, and adolescent development focused on K-12 school counseling from Vermont College at Union Institute and University. Casey’s work includes facilitating meetings, workshops, and strategic plans; presenting at conferences; developing evaluation and community need assessment designs and reports. She is a Global Learning Partners Certified Teacher. Casey has been working with SAMHSA’s Center for the Application of the Prevention Technologies (CAPT) Northeast Resource Team for the five years, as a training and technical assistance provider for their clients. The CAPT provides training and technical assistance to states/tribes/jurisdictions. She is the former SPF SIG Director for the State of Texas, the former statewide school-based tobacco coordinator for the Vermont Department of Education, and is a Master Trainer in the Substance Abuse Skills Prevention Training (SAPST). In addition, Casey designs and facilitates webinars and workshops on location in capacity building and sustainability for coalitions, schools and communities.
Casey is experienced in Executive Leadership & Motivation; Recruiting/Training Team Building & Leadership; Communication and Organization; Troubleshooting & Problem Solving; Grant Writing; Program Evaluation; Financial Management/Budgeting; and Workshop/Project Design & Management. She provides coaching and consulting to meet your customized needs.
Casey has provided workshops and trainings nationally. References upon request.