About Jack

Jack Gibbings

Community Animator, Collective Impact, Tamarack Learning Centre

Contact Details:
p. 519-955-1196

Remote Office: Stratford, Ontario

About Jack

Jack is a Community Animator who works with the Ontario Trillium Foundation to ensure its’ grantees have the necessary tools and support needed to tackle complex issues within their communities. Jack will be facilitating and developing multiple workshops, webinars and resources that highlight the strength of collective efforts, strategies and transformative action.

Prior to joining Tamarack, Jack worked closely with start up organisations in rural Ontario hoping to rejuvenate and energise small town communities whose growth had become stagnant. He believes that the key to progress is building a dialogue between leaders, stakeholders and experts to encourage the free flow of ideas, concerns and unique perspectives. His empathetic nature and passion for social justice is an asset when facilitating discussions between groups with preconceived notions or unique cultural backgrounds.

Jack holds a Bachelor of Criminal Justice and Public Policy from the University of Guelph. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking and traveling. Jack has been an avid fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs for as long as he can remember, therefore, you will not find a more pessimistic sports fan.


Collective Impact: Leading Theory to Action

A Train-the-Trainer Workshop

This 2-day workshop is designed to build your capacity to mobilize, launch and sustain Collective Impact Initiatives by providing you with theory, resources and opportunities to practice with – and learn from – your peers.

Collective Impact: Leading Theory to Action is specially designed for backbone staff and/or consultants and facilitators supporting Collective Impact efforts.  Participants will be immersed in Collective Impact content that will increase their ability to train others by providing capacity building learning to their leadership tables and community volunteers. 

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