CAMBRIDGE, ONT. — Jeff MacIntyre has been appointed the brand new incoming president of the Grand Valley Development Affiliation (GVCA).
MacIntyre is taking up from Martha George, who has served as president of the affiliation since 2006.
George will proceed on to mentor MacIntyre till Oct. 31. The 2 spent six years as founding board members of the Waterloo Financial Growth Company.
MacIntyre is a neighborhood builder and connector who has expertise with organizations and companies that target continued development via innovation, signifies a launch. He has held quite a few management roles in each the private and non-private sectors and he’s previous chair of the Larger Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and served on its board for greater than 15 years.
He’s additionally a former board member of the Grand River Hospital Basis, spearheaded the Small Enterprise Ventures Program at Conestoga School, and based a number of small companies. He additionally has expertise within the insurance coverage business. His focus via all has been on enterprise growth.
“I look ahead to persevering with to reinforce the worth of participation and elevating GVCA’s profile,” stated MacIntyre in a press release. “Expertise, expertise, schooling, authorities relations, a deal with sustainability and regularly discovering new alternatives will preserve the affiliation related and permit it to proceed to develop and thrive.”