Keith Jardine has over three decades of experience in non-profit, co-operative and social-purpose real estate sectors. Keith specializes in decision process, facilitation and strategy, and has in past served multi-sectoral economic and policy initiatives, mission-driven companies, ENGO’s, impact investors, commercial fisheries, First Nations, arts organizations, Provincial and Federal governments, universities and foundations. He was part of an international team which led the process for an international policy summit for 8000 “slow food” activists in Italy, and staffed a national citizen led inquiry into Canada’s food system. In 2014, Jardine authored a study commissioned by Vancity Credit Union, documenting thirteen models for arts-based security of tenure from around the world. He has long been a leader in the arts, sitting on boards such as the Scotiabank Dance Centre and the Vancouver Folk Music Festival.