James Mahone

James Mahone (Jim Mahone) holds a positions at the University of Guelph, Canada. As faculty member at UGuelph, he teaches two RES graduate courses: Leadership, Gender, Power and Advocacy and Facilitation Skills.

His research interests are focused on leadership development, gender and leadership and capacity building in rural communities. In this line of work, Jim is participating in the development of a national rural network that will join major provincial and territorial rural organizations across Canada. This project is funded by the Rural Secretariat of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and it has been promoted, among others, by the Coastal Communities Network (Nova Scotia), the British Columbia Coastal Communities Network, the Ontario Rural Council, Solidarite Rurale du Quebec, the Saskatchewan Council for Community Development and the University of Guelph. The final objective of this initiative is the creation of a rural advocacy body at a national level aimed at addressing the concerns of rural populations nationwide. 

Jim Mahone gave a lecture at the NAF 2013, held in Hólar, N-Iceland, titled "Enhancing Leadership Capacity through Community Engagement".


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