Director of Culture
Jack Guillebeaux has worked to promote social change and organizational development for more than three decades starting as a civil rights activist in the 1960s. His professional career began when he worked as a community organizer with the North Carolina Fund, a program established during the summers of 1964 and 1965 to create teams of African-American and white college students who worked together to lessen minority poverty in the south. The success of this initiative served as a model and catalyst for well known national programs such as Head Start, VISTA and the Community Action movement.
Mr. Guillebeaux has since specialized in working with groups to improve communication and establish cooperation and unity. His clients have spanned the spectrum from small community organizations to local and federal government entities, primary and secondary educational groups to high profile international corporations. His work has taken him throughout the United States, as well as to Europe, Africa, Australia, the Middle East and the Caribbean Islands.