Responsibilities

In my current role of Vice President of Operations, I am responsible for leading operational and service excellence across all divisions and business units within JMP. Delivering this excellence includes driving the P&L, customer satisfaction score (NPS scores), and working with key members within JMP to implement the framework necessary to support year over year growth.

Background

Born and raised in Winnipeg, I completed my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Manitoba. After a few years of post-graduation experience I decided to move west to Calgary in search of new industries. After working in several different roles at various companies I found myself at JMP for the first time in their Calgary office. This is also where I obtained my professional engineering designation. Following the completion of a large project, I left JMP for a short time to pursue an entrepreneurial opportunity and then re-joined JMP in New Jersey shortly after they completed an acquisition. During my time in the New Jersey office I completed my MBA and transitioned into the Branch Manager role. From there I moved on to take on the role of Director of Operations for the Process Automation Division while relocating to Wisconsin. Since then I was promoted to my current role of Vice President of Operations.

Personal

I have a keen interest in personal growth and development. Increasing my knowledge base, diversifying my experiences, and expanding my network are key elements in this journey. Whether it is on an ATV, UTV, snowmobile, or anything else with a motor, I am always interested in an adventure that involves a little excitement along the way. For the quieter days you will find me hunting, fishing, or doing just about anything else outside including cooking up great meals on the grill. I put a prime focus on building lasting friendships and relationships with those who are a part of my life. My wife and I constantly challenge each other to improve, whether that is by reading books, watching documentaries, or creating small challenges. This makes for a competitively healthy dynamic whereby our dog, Stanley, is the current referee. And yes, he is named after the Stanley Cup.

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