Lindsay Kislock was appointed President & CEO of the Western Canada Transportation Advisory Council (WESTAC) in January 2021, bringing to the position extensive public policy and government relations experience. Before joining WESTAC, Lindsay served as the Vice President, Corporate Affairs for the Mining Association of BC.
Lindsay has a Master’s degree from the University of Washington in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Lakehead University.
Lisa was appointed Vice President of WESTAC in January of 2018. She has been with WESTAC for over 15 years in increasingly senior roles, most recently as Director, Administration & Program Delivery.
Lisa provides operational and strategic advice and is responsible for the member forums and financial administration of the Council. She also serves as Corporate Secretary and Treasurer.
Marzia Rizvi joined WESTAC in January of 2020 as Manager, Program Development and Communications. With a background in public policy, she has extensive knowledge and a keen interest in policy development, governance and research.
Marzia provides support on WESTAC’s major projects and initiatives, oversees communications strategies, and assists with development of member forums and other events.
Sarah graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber in 2006 with a Diploma in Media and Public Relations.
She was the office manager of a digital advertising agency in New Zealand, where she lived for four years. Sarah joined WESTAC in the spring of 2018 as an administrative assistant, assisting with member inquiries, event planning, and communications.