AJ Gill

AJ Gill

AJ Gill

Partner, BC Leader Agriculture Services

AJ Gill is MNP’s B.C. Agriculture Services team leader, supporting agriculture advisors in MNP’s 23 offices across B.C. 

 Based in Kelowna, AJ is a seasoned leader with a lifelong passion for helping farmers. He moved to Canada from India in 1988 and grew up in a farming family. His hands-on agricultural background has given him deep insights into farmers’ issues, challenges, and opportunities.

With nearly two decades of experience in the federal and B.C. governments, AJ was instrumental in the transfer of the federal government’s AgriStability program to the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture. He previously represented the Province of B.C. on the National Program Advisory Committee, providing advice to federal, provincial, and territorial governments on the delivery of the AgriStability and Agri Invest programs. His most recent role before joining MNP was General Manager, B.C. Ministry of Agriculture.

AJ is a strong believer in giving back to the community. He is a founding director of the Hope and Heal Foundation, established in his mother’s memory. AJ sits on the B.C. Cancer Foundation Advisory Committee and on the Kelowna General Hospital (KGH) Foundation board, and chairs the KGH Foundation’s Strategic Development Committee.


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