Lindsay Kislock joined the Mining Association of BC as Vice President, Corporate Affairs in June 2017.
Lindsay came to the Association with extensive public policy and senior management experience after more 30 years working for the Public Service in BC and Ontario. Prior to joining MABC, Lindsay was Assistant Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, responsible for Partnerships, Transportation Trade Network planning and the Pacific Gateway Alliance. Prior to joining the Ministry of Transportation, Lindsay served as Assistant Deputy Minister in various portfolios, including Health, Agriculture and Small Business and Regulatory Reform.
Currently, Lindsay is the vice-chair of the Centre for Training Excellence in Mining (CTEM), and Co-Chair of the Senior Policy Advisory Group 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.