Tim Gauthier has over 5 experience in knowledge gathering and qualitative research with various clients in the not-for-profit sector and of all levels of government in the knowledge areas of board and organizational governance, organizational effectiveness, public sector governance and indigenous governance. He has undertaken work for clients such as Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Champlain Local Health and Integration Network, and the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association, providing advisory services such as facilitated workshops, board assessments, comparative research and case studies, document reviews, and stakeholder interviews.
In his time as Governance Analyst at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Tim was responsible for providing high-quality analytical and advisory services for the overall health of the organization’s governance ecosystem. Tim led several initiatives that called for extensive collaboration with stakeholders, including a subsidiary governance strategic review, a board and committee orientation and education.
Among other initiatives, Tim is currently focused on the IOG’s Indigenous research efforts.