Diane McLeod-McKay was appointed Yukon's first full-time Ombudsman/Information and Privacy Commissioner effective June 10, 2013 for a term of five years. On June 15, 2015, she took on a new role of Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner in addition to her two other roles. Diane McLeod-McKay brings to the office extensive experience in the information and privacy fields. In September of 2011, Ms. McLeod-McKay joined the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta's Office as the Director of the Personal Information Protection Act. Prior to this position, she spent several years at the Calgary Health Region where she was responsible for Legal Services and Information and Privacy. After relocating to British Columbia in 2004, Ms. McLeod-McKay worked as an information privacy and security consultant for the Government of British Columbia while working to obtain her law degree from the University of Victoria. After becoming a lawyer, she focused her practice on advising the private, public and health sectors on their responsibilities for compliance with access and privacy legislation. Throughout her career, Ms. McLeod-McKay has participated on many committees advocating for the protection of privacy, including the Canadian Bar Association Access and Privacy Section and the Vancouver Island Clinical Research Ethics Board.
Susan is the Director of Intake and Early Case Resolution. She is also Legal Counsel to the Ombudsman/Information and Privacy Commissioner/Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner.
Fabien Blais, CISSP, CISM
Fabien received his B.E. degree in electrical engineering from Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal, Canada, in 1985. While completing this degree, he joined the Canadian Armed Forces as a Communications and Electronics Engineer (CELE) Officer. Motivated to specialize in information security, he then joined the CGI Group Inc. as an information security consultant in 1998. In search of discovering international practices in information security, he decided to join various international organizations; the Asian Development Bank (Manila, Philippines) in 2007, the International Criminal Court (The Hague, Netherlands) in 2010 and the United Nations (Brindisi, Italy and Valencia Spain) in 2012. Fabien was instrumental in implementing ISO 17799 and then 27001 in a number of the organizations he worked in. In 2000 Fabien was credentialed as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and in 2008 as a Certified Information Security Manager.
Fabien joined the Office May of 2016 as an Investigator and Compliance Review Officer (Information Systems Security). His primary responsibilities are to review privacy impact assessments, security threat risk assessments, and information security breaches submitted by public bodies under the ATIPP Act and custodians under HIPMA. He will also act in an advisory capacity for any matter before the Office involving information technology and security. Fabien will also be participating in the development of outreach materials designed to increase awareness of information privacy and security.
Randy is Investigator/Mediator and works in the Early Case Resolution Team.
Breanna is Intake Officer and works in Intake.
Harmony is the newest member to our team and works in Intake as an Intake Officer.