Lee Jebb

Vice President, Portfolio Operations

Lee Jebb

As a proven company builder and corporate entrepreneur, Lee Jebb is a senior operations management executive who fundamentally understands what strategically drives company profitability, risk and growth.

Mr. Jebb’s role at Westcap is to provide active strategic support to our portfolio operating companies as the team lead of value creation.

For nearly two decades, Mr. Jebb played a leading part in developing employee-owned Cando Rail Services into Canada’s preeminent rail services provider. With 900 employees, Cando Rail Services now moves and handles $24 billion in product annually for its customers across diverse sectors. Prior to this, Mr. Jebb was also the General Manager of the 1,000 member Brandon Chamber of Commerce.

Always active throughout his career in community and industry association leadership, Mr. Jebb has played a leadership role in several organizations at the local, provincial and national level including: Chair of Prairie Mountain Health Authority; Chair of the Railway Association of Canada Short Line Committee; President of the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Canada; Co-Chair of Invest Manitoba and member of the Premier’s Economic Innovation and Technology Council of Manitoba.

He has served on many boards and committees including the Provincial Clinical Network Advisory Committee; the Railway Association of Canada’s Policy and Advocacy Committee; the Board and Executive Committee of the Manitoba Chamber of Commerce; the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce Executives; Member of Council and the Board of Directors of the Western Canadian Transportation Advisory Council (WESTAC); the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce Transportation Leadership Council; the CN Short Line Advisory Council and the Manitoba International Gateway Council.

Mr. Jebb has been recognized by the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Canada as Executive of the Year (1997) and is an alumni of the prestigious United States International Visitor’s Program “Trade and Commerce Exchange” (1998).