Jeff Sage is a Co-Founder and Senior Strategist at sagecomm with 20 years of progressive experience in marketing-communications in both public and private environments, including education, technology, healthcare, banking, non-profit, and government sectors.
Jeff is the former Senior Manager, Marketing and Communications, at Fanshawe College, responsible for the College's marketing, communications and recruitment portfolios, including the College’s collaborative marketing strategy. His related expertise includes strategic marketing, positioning, digital media, corporate and organizational communications and public relations. He joined Fanshawe College from the role of Director, Business Development, at London-based Makin’ Headlines Ltd – a full service public relations consultancy – and its sister company, mh NewMedia – a digital media and e-training firm.
Jeff has been a member of Fanshawe's part-time faculty, teaching communications and technology courses in Fanshawe’s Department of Continuing Education, including Communications for Managers in the Ontario Management Development Program, and in its full-time Corporate Communications and Public Relations post-graduate program.
He holds a BA in Political Science from Western University, a post-graduate certificate in Corporate Communication and Public Relations from Fanshawe College, and a Master of Social/Digital Media from Birmingham City University. He has also completed the Ivey School of Business Executive Leadership Program.
In 2013, Jeff was honoured as one of London's Top 20 Under 40. He is a founding board member of the London Cares Homeless Response Service and currently sits as Treasurer. He is also a past member of the board of directors for United Way of London & Middlesex for ten years, the Museum London Foundation and the Emerging Leaders London Community Network, of which he was also a founder.
The sagecomm team donates both financially, and with time and expertise, to many local and regional charities each year. Most recently, that list has included: London Community Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of London & Area, YMCA of Soutwestern Ontario, United Way of Elgin-Middlesex, Community Living London, Museum London, Pillar Nonprofit Network, Atlohsa Family Healing Services, Merrymount Family Support & Crisis Services, and Childcan.