Our Mission & Purpose
We believe in the power of possibility. We want your park and recreation agency to reach its full potential through strategic thinking, sound management and bold execution. You will be working with a team that offers solutions tailored to your community. At the end of the day, our end game is to help your organization become the best version of itself. Our favourite clients are those who want to think and strategize and intentionally work towards continuous improvement.
Always pushing the envelope, we help organizations ask and answer the hard questions, create a course of action that is all about improvement, and find ways to ensure the long-term health and vitality of their systems.
We don’t believe in generic, one-size-fits-all solutions. Every project we take on is completed with an emphasis on each organization’s unique characteristics and traits and the complex challenges they face every day. When you choose 110%, you are working with a team that isn’t about what can’t be done – we instill the belief that you can accomplish great things. We pride ourselves on being an ally you can count on throughout each part of the consulting process.
Many other Parks and Recreation consultants make the same mistake: They assume that all Parks and Recreation organizations, as well as the communities they serve, are the same. We take the opposite point of view and treat each project as an opportunity to position our clients for long-term success. Our job is to go beyond the conventional and promote thinking that leads to action, creating an environment in which improvement, new methods, flexibility, and agility are natural occurrences.
President & CEO
Jamie Sabbach is the founder and CEO of 110% Inc, a company that helps organizations be more responsible, strategic and bold amid dynamic social, environmental and economic change. Jamie has also taught and facilitated hundreds of professional development and training programs in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Over the course of her career, she has worked with many notable public agencies, receiving the President’s Award from the NRPA/APRS in 1999 and from the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration in 2011. Close Bio