General management, strategic and business planning, policy evaluation, project management and decision-making facilitation
B.A. (Honours), Queen's University
M.P.A., Carleton University
Associated with firm since: 2001
Management consulting, financial and program analysis, policy advisor
Mr. Bellinger has considerable experience working in the public sector with particular expertise in the disciplines of intergovernmental relations, financial analysis, program and policy evaluation, project management and best practice research. Mr. Bellinger has worked closely with elected and senior appointed officials at the municipal, provincial and federal levels of government.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Bellinger spent over twenty years working within the public sector. He has a unique combination of corporate and line experience within multi-dimensional service organizations at each of the municipal, provincial and federal levels of government. His particular areas of expertise include financial and program evaluation, strategic and business planning, policy evaluation and the facilitation of decision-making processes.
Mr. Bellinger has contributed to a number of recent assignments in the areas of health and safety, including a case study assignment with Alberta Heritage Medical Research Foundation, planning and co-facilitation of the Workplace Safety 2.0 forum to help develop strategies for reducing injury and lost-time accidents in Alberta, and is currently one of the team members responsible for the evaluation of Health Link Alberta.
Mr. Bellinger has participated in a variety of intergovernmental initiatives, most recently with the Alberta Capital Region Governance Review. He is keenly interested in issues related to governance and program and service delivery within both the municipal-provincial and inter-municipal environments. He has also provided analysis and advisory support to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the Big City Mayors' Caucus and the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association.
Mr. Bellinger has directed a number of organizational and directional studies for municipal and provincial governments and has served as a facilitator for a wide range of decision-making and information gathering forums.
He has also has participated in the development of processes designed to improve the means by which municipal governments gather and utilize public and stakeholder input.
Email: Jeff Bellinger