WESTAC Appoints New CEO
January 04, 2021 | Category: WESTAC Updates
The WESTAC Executive Committee is pleased to announce that Lindsay Kislock has joined as WESTAC’s new President & CEO effective January 4, 2021.
Lindsay was previously the Vice-President, Corporate Affairs at the Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC), having joined MABC in 2017. Previously, Lindsay held the position of Assistant Deputy Minister, Partnerships Division with the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure in British Columbia. While at Transportation, Lindsay led BC’s involvement in the Pacific Gateway Initiative and the development of the first Pacific Gateway Alliance Capital Plan.
Prior to her position at the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Lindsay held Assistant Deputy Minister portfolios at a variety of ministries including health, agriculture, and small business for the B.C. government. She completed a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree at Lakehead University and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance at the University of Washington.
“Lindsay’s balance of public sector and non-profit experience, strategic mindset, along with her demonstrated ability to lead initiatives, prepares her well for this new role with WESTAC and we are delighted to have her join the organization,” said Robin Silvester, Chair, WESTAC Executive Committee and Chair, Search Committee.