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Roxanna Benoit is a member of the expert panel of the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation (CCPC) and Senior Counsel to Navigator based in Calgary. Roxanna has had an extensive career in law, government and public policy. Roxanna’s experience in navigating complex regulatory environments and delivering eco-social benefits through business will drive the work that she does.
Roxanna recently retired from Enbridge Inc. where she was Vice President Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability. In that role Roxanna was accountable for ESG and climate policies, reporting and disclosure; government, community and indigenous relationships and engagement; all external and internal communications; and reputation and brand management.
Before joining Enbridge in 2013 Roxanna was with the Province of Alberta where she held the positions of Deputy Minister International and Intergovernmental Relations (2012-2013), Deputy Minister International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Relations (2011-2012), Deputy Chief Policy Coordination Executive Council (2009-2011) and Managing Director Public Affairs Bureau Executive Council (2007-2009).
Roxanna has a diverse background in law, government and public policy. Prior to her public and private sector experience she held various executive level positions in national not for profit and political organizations. Roxanna has served on the boards of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Alberta Chamber of Resources and chaired the Business Environment Executive Committee of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association. Roxanna is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and resides in Calgary.