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2023 Future Leaders in Convenience: JACKSON REMPEL

Shell Canada: CEO, Canadian mobility services
Jackson Rempel

As the newly appointed CEO of CMS—the Shell subsidiary that will operate 56 sites acquired from Sobeys in Western Canada—Jackson Rempel will put his depth of knowledge across mobility and collaborative leadership style to good use, says Carl Laliberte, Shell Mobility Canada’s national director of convenience retailing.

“Jackson’s journey is inspiring, touching multiple levels and different countries. His influence with vendors and partners with HSSE are beyond impactful,” says Laliberte.

Rempel’s career began with leading a network of privately-owned fast food, fuel and c-stores. Since joining Shell in 2014, he’s been a territory manager in Ottawa, an operations manager in Mexico City (where he opened the first company-owned Shell site in the country), leader of the Mobility HSSE team and then pricing manager, where he delivered record business results while enhancing the company’s end-to-end performance.

“I’m passionate about professional development,” says Rempel. “Helping others grow and learn fills me with a deep sense of purpose and accomplishment. I love being at my sites interacting with my teams and serving our customers, because it gives me invaluable insight that I use to enhance the site experience for all.”

Rempel believes in creating a workplace where people can be their true selves and be respected for it. 

“This builds trust and a strong sense of belonging, which unlocks tremendous value for people, the community, and the business,” he explains.

“When faced with challenges, I love to roll up my sleeves and jump into action. In leadership roles, I need to channel this energy in different ways to be more effective, and it’s taken mentorship, self-awareness and discipline to build new habits and strengthen my skills.”


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