2009 Super EXPO

Cambridge Public Library Hesspler Building

examples of past design projects

Our Experience

Jefferson GilbertJEFFERSON GILBERT, CAE, MBA
Principal

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 MarriottJENNIFER MARRIOTT

 

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.