Jonathan Landon serves as the Chief Information and Technology Officer at The Salvation Army of Canada and Bermuda where he is leading a multi-year transformation program focused on improving “the front-line experience”. The Salvation Army is the largest non-profit in the nation serving over 3 million Canadians annually.
Jonathan is also the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of xSensa Labs, a neurotechnology firm focused on improving brain capacity, capabilities, and wellness. The firm’s products recently demonstrated the equivalent of ten-year improvement of brain age in a recent clinical trial in conjunction with York University.
In addition, Jonathan is President of Connectiv Innovation, a Toronto-based consultancy that helps inventors, entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs rapidly bring new products, services and even entire new businesses to market and serves in an advisory capacity with multiple start-ups in the Greater Toronto area.
Prior to Connectiv, Jonathan held a wide variety of executive positions with global responsibility at Kimberly-Clark where he played a lead role in a diverse set of global initiatives from starting up a business in China to spinning off to divesting a $2 billion health care business. He a US Patent holder, award-winning innovator, and researcher.