Jeff Evenson is Principal of Connector – the strategy and engagement practice of the Canadian Urban Institute. Connector helps governments, public sector corporations and NGO’s design decision-making processes that include key constituencies as informed, effective participants. Jeff has worked as an advisor to at the provincial and municipal levels of government and on major city-building initiatives. From 1990 to 1994 he served as Chief of Staff to Toronto mayors, Art Eggleton and June Rowlands. He has held senior positions with the Waterfront Regeneration Trust and the Toronto 2008 Olympic Bid Corporation. He helped initiate the Toronto Vital Signs project, the Toronto Cultural and Heritage Foundation, the first Toronto City Summit and the feasibility study for a Museum of Toronto.