Chief Executive Officer and Founder
With a proven track record and passion for the hospitality industry, Jeff launched JBS Consulting in December of 2015 with one fundamental goal in mind; creating a culture by which we always exceed, not meet, the expectations of our clients. Committed to evolving the corporate accommodations industry through a “listen and build” approach, JBS Consulting was formed to reflect Jeff’s vision of providing a service that puts client needs first and foremost, above all else.
For over 20 years, Jeff has held multiple ownership and executive roles across the hospitality spectrum. As owner/operator of a successful staffing agency and bar/eatery from 2004-2008, Jeff transitioned within the Food and Beverage industry as General Manager of a highly successful restaurant until 2010.
Seeking to add to his repertoire in the hospitality industry, Jeff embarked on new challenges in lodging and accommodations. Since 2011, Jeff has held senior management roles within the remote accommodations sector and corporate housing industry. Whether as Lodge Manager of several successful oilfield lodges across Canada or in his most recent role as Director of Sales and Marketing for one of Saskatchewan’s leading corporate housing suppliers, his passion for meeting the needs of his clients has only grown stronger over time.
Chief Strategy Officer
Terry has travelled or worked in over 50 countries. He has managed over 300 projects in over 20 countries. He has extensive project management experience leading multimillion dollar projects, and experience in acquisitions, mergers and divestitures.
Terry has assisted corporations and governments in building technical training centers to support national capacity building initiatives. He specializes in leading project teams and motivating individuals to succeed.
Recognized as one of Edmonton’s “Top 100 Businesswomen” by a local publication in December 2013, Alyx’s workforce accommodation career is highlighted by her experience in property management northern Alberta’s oilsands region as well as the lower Saskatchewan Bakkan formation.
As a key contributor in day-to-day operations of lodges ranging from 200 to 2000 rooms, Alyx passionately led the front office launch of several newly constructed lodges.
Alyx won the hospitality president’s award in her first year of studies and the J.G. Hotel award in her second year.