Mark Venning founded Change Rangers in 1996, now in the business of helping community and business leaders envision the promise of longevity through presentations, advisory and research work, in addition to his weekly blog –changerangers.com
With expertise in career & talent development as a facilitator and adviser, Mark has amassed a vast knowledge of longevity and retirement issues. He also works individually with business professionals in exploration of later life “portfolio career” options, focused on entrepreneurship, business planning and marketing for contracting & consulting.
From 2004 to 2007, Mark held a career services industry role as International President for the Association of Career Professionals International (ACP International). He was President on the Board for ContactPoint from 2008-2010. Mark is a member of the Oakville Chamber of Commerce and the Business of Aging: Information Exchange Network (BA:IEN) which is part of the Sheridan College Elder Research Centre.
Mark was a consultant to Bell Canada’s Toronto Employee Development Centre and overlapping for five years in a Senior Consultant role at Murray Axmith Associates and Right Management, He is a Career Management Fellow (CMF) with the International Institute for Career Certification (ICC International). He is also Director of Corporate Development to a Brain Imaging Research company, NeuroImage Inc.