Grant E. Collins II


Grant E. Collins II is the President of Fedcap Canada, created to implement and oversee the new employment services system in Hamilton-Niagara areas.  Grant built a consortium that includes four Toronto-based non-profits to assist Fedcap Canada in driving his unyielding approach to transformation-based operations.  Developing effective approaches and testing new ways of helping more individuals succeed in sustainable employment is his goal. 

His unwavering belief that given the tools and opportunities, everyone can experience the dignity that only work can provide, underlies his successful international experience in leading similar changes to employment programs both in the US and the UK.  His work with The Fedcap Group includes growing the Group’s Workforce Practice area by 300 percent working with more than 69,000 people annually and expanding transformational programming to the states of Maine, New York, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.  He currently oversees similar contracts for the governments of England, Scotland, and Wales.

Grant began his career teaching public assistance recipients how to find work and helping community-based organizations to motivate the unemployed. He received numerous awards while working at the US Department of Health and Human Services working with the government and states on the US’s transformational welfare reform.  Grant attended the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bethany College in Kansas.

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