Canadian Centre for Food Integrity president and CEO to depart
John Jamieson steps down from role at non-profit
Canadian Grocer Staff
The Canadian Centre for Food Integrity (CCF) president and CEO John Jamieson is stepping down from the non-profit.
Hired in 2019, Jamieson brought more than 25 years of leadership experience within Canada’s agri-food sector to CCFI.
During his tenure at the organization, Jamieson played a pivotal role in the launches of Its Good Canada and Agriculture More Than Ever, while also spearheading efforts behind Canada’s Agriculture Day.
"We extend our heartfelt gratitude to John for his exemplary service as president and CEO. His dedication and vision have propelled CCFI to new heights in advancing public trust. We wish him every success in his future endeavors,” Mike Dungate, Chair of the CCFI Board of Directors, said in a statement.
Jamieson will step down at the end of September. The CCFI Board of Directors has commenced the search for a new chief.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at CCFI, and extend my sincere thanks to all for their trust and support during my tenure. It's been a pleasure working with such dedicated individuals. As I move on, I'm confident CCFI will continue to thrive,” Jamieson said in a statement.