Canadian Centre for Food Integrity looking for new president and CEO

Photo: Debra Murphy, 2017

John Jamieson has announced his departure from the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity (CCFI), effective the end of September, after serving as president and CEO since 2019.

The organization says that Jamieson’s extensive network and expertise within the industry have been instrumental in driving positive change.

 

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In the four years with CCFI, Jamieson helped launch ‘It’s Good Canada’ and ‘Agriculture More than Ever,’ while also spearheading the efforts behind Canada’s Agriculture Day.

Additionally, under his leadership, CCFI experienced substantial membership growth, and he instilled a culture of excellence within the team, says CCFI.

Mike Dungate, chair of the CCFI board of directors, says, “We extend our heartfelt gratitude to John for his exemplary service as president & CEO. His dedication and vision have propelled CCFI to new heights in advancing public trust. We wish him every success in his future endeavours.”

The CCFI board of directors has commenced the search for a new CEO.

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