Biography

Keith Wayne MacGregor, President and Principal

Born Keith Wayne MacGregor in London, Ontario, Canada, March 30, 1962. Grew up in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

In the early 1980s, he worked as a salesperson in telemarketing, and part-time as an amateur actor in theater and television, and worked on the CBC TV Series, “Seeing Things” as a background actor and wrote one episode (unacredited) in its last season in 1987.

He was an employee on the assembly line for the Chrysler Corporation in Ajax, helping to build door panels and seat-back cushions primarily for the Chrysler minivan line from 1984-1989 while working on his first business, “Ajax International Marketing”.

As President & Owner of Ajax International Marketing, he successfully solicited and established new manufacturing contracts to exclusively import two products into Canada from Hong Kong and Holland for national distribution into retail hobby stores, grade schools, and Eaton’s Department Stores.

During his time with AIM, he was a fundraising committee member of the Durham Family Court Clinic, its core services being assessment, mediation, counseling and psycho-educational programs, pertaining to separation and divorce, child welfare, and youth in conflict with the law. He also participated in fundraising for the Ajax Hospital (now Lakeridge Health, Ajax and Pickering) contributing to its campaign for building expansion.

He is a 30-plus-year entrepreneur, working privately as a consultant and strategist, helping individuals and companies to develop and achieve mission-based, life and business milestones.

Mr. MacGregor’s experience in film, television and radio includes various minor and miscellaneous production roles as well as being an actor, writer, television host, and radio announcer. He raised funds for and managed bridge financing budgets of USD2M+. Over the span of three decades, Mr. MacGregor has developed deep relationships with experienced writers, producers and leading global licensing principals, which are strategic to the producing and multinational distribution of motion picture projects and the marketing of their related intellectual properties.

Keith moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America in September, 2002. He became a U.S. citizen in October of 2013 to become a citizen of both Canada and the United States of America.