Jake is a planning consultant who is passionate about building vibrant communities in the north. He is a co-author of “The Friction of Distance & Creative Growth in British Columbia’s Small Cities: 1996-2006”, which was published in Small Cities Imprint Vol. 2 No. 1 (2010). Jake is a skilled facilitator and he excels developing and implementing various forms of written and visual communication. Jake works with a broad range governments, organizations and community groups throughout the Peace Region and is a member of the ‘Synergy Group’ in Fort St. John (an ‘under 40’ division of the local Chamber of Commerce).
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