JEFFERSON GILBERT, CAE, MBA
Jefferson Gilbert operates Gap. Point. Reach. Inc (Non Profit Leadership). He has had a twenty-year non-profit career where he has specialized in developing and diversifying revenue streams for a large provincial-level professional association. He has used a partnership model for business development. He believes that member-focussed structure is the answer for member-based non-profit groups. In addition to leading GPR, Jefferson currently serves as Executive Director for the Canadian Urban Libraries Council (CULC) / Conseil des Bibliothèques Urbaines du Canada.
Jefferson sat on the Board of Directors for Renewed Computer Technology – Ontario from 1998 to 2004. Served on the Baxter Arts Centre Board in 2015-2017. As well as numerous boards and committees of minor sports within his community. Jefferson holds a Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the Canadian Society for Association Executives. He has a Masters of Business Administration from the Edinburgh Business School.
Jefferson’s specialization is in administrative structure, entrepreneurial strategy, non-dues revenue generation, financial management, competitive analysis, capacity management, and business process.
Jennifer Marriott graduated with a BFA from Ryerson University in the Image Arts – Photography program. She spent five years working for a large provincial level professional organization. Jennifer has extensive experience in delivering and supporting the following:
- Key Performance Indicator collections, including analysis
- Program administration
- Human Resource management processes
- Youth training, support, and administration
- Support to sales processes for tradeshows, magazine publishing
- Communication projects, in print, web, and online.
- Design of publications, newsletters, magazines, and conference programs.