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Tim Reeve


Tim Reeve, is a well-recognized and results oriented professional with over 25 years’ experience delivering successful ethical and sustainability strategies, corporate social responsibility programs and stakeholder engagement processes for private sector and non-profit organizations, governing bodies and the Olympic Games.

Tim has brought his reputation as a leading practitioner in results-oriented sustainability consulting to Reeve Consulting. His practical experience allows him to develop and implement sustainability strategies that meet his client’s specific needs, while enhancing brand image and reputation.

Over the years, Tim has established a legacy of ‘firsts’ that have helped shape ethical purchasing, supply chain management, industry collaboration, and sustainability awareness in Canada. Tim helped develop Canada’s first ethical policy for a Canadian Credit Union (Vancity), Canada’s first comprehensive product stewardship program (BC Product Stewardship Regulation), Canada’s first ethical purchasing policy for a major Municipality (Vancouver) and the first social compliance program for an Olympic Games (Vancouver 2010) that has influenced both the London 2012 and Sochi 2014 Olympic Games. These achievements led to significant enhancements in brand leadership for Vancity and Vancouver 2010 and led to real reductions in supply chain labour abuses.

More recently, Tim has developed the Municipal Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement (MCSP) network by facilitating and fostering a group of approximately 20 active municipalities throughout Canada. By encouraging resource sharing and knowledge transfer, Tim has been able to nurture sustainability leadership, green operations and socially responsible supply chains.

Tim is a sought after facilitator for conferences, workshops and companies wanting to develop strategic plans. He has a reputation for being able to drill down to key objectives and then work with his clients to build up strategic foundational planning.