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Kevin is a Managing Partner in the Calgary office of Odgers Berndtson. He brings over 25 years of business and community leadership experience to the firm. Prior to joining Odgers Berndtson, Kevin held leadership positions with Relizon Canada and Xerox Canada where his roles focused on sales, marketing and general management.
Kevin brings with him proven governance experience and is ICD certified as a director. He has been active as a director with diverse organizations such as Past Chair, Calgary Chamber of Commerce; Past Vice-Chair, Board of Governors, Bow Valley College; Past Chair, Bow Valley College Improving Lives Campaign; Past Chair, Calgary Educational Partnership Foundation; Past Director, Association of Canadian Community Colleges; Past Director, Calgary Airport Authority; Past Director, Calgary Homeless Foundation; Past Member, Conference Board of Canada, Council on Education; and Past Director, RCMP Heritage Centre.
Kevin continues to be actively involved in the community serving as Chair, Alberta Blue Cross; Director, Calgary Health Trust; Director and Co-Chair, Peter Lougheed Hospital Development Council; Director, Alberta Economic Development Authority; and as a Member of the SAIT Polytechnic Advisory Council.
Today's energy and utility corporations face intense market and competitive pressures: Strong leadership is the driving force that shapes the successful company.
In technology, with apparently boundless application and insatiable markets, it is the human factor - leadership - that differentiates the stellar successes from the rest.
As educational institutions continue to fight for their position in a changing economic and social model, leadership talent becomes a critical factor in success.
As world-class organizations grapple with the global challenges of the 21st century, it is their leaders that define success.
Technological advances, globalization and the Internet are reshaping the rules in today's consumer & retail services market, demanding exceptional talent at the top.
The public & not for profit sector makes decisions that affect all of our lives - usually in full view of public scrutiny.
The continuing globalization of this high-end, high-value sector demands exceptional leaders, who know how to differentiate services, embrace innovation and deliver value.
Chief executives are recognizing the importance of strengthening and protecting corporate reputation and the vital role played by corporate communications in doing this.
Financial services firms require strong leaders, global visionaries and superbly qualified professionals to move them forward in the 21st Century.
The growing focus on the healthcare sector from a population with spiralling expectations and often an ageing profile, requires leaders who can manage opportunity and challenge in equal measure.
Globalization, mergers and acquisitions, vertical integrations and partnerships, all demand more of the people at the top.
The demand for new leaders is endless for both information & communications organizations selling into the enterprise, as well as convergent, web and wireless enabled technology businesses.
A magnet for talented young people, the essential element in success in the media & entertainment business is securing senior executives who have the vision, energy and acumen to make the right decisions.