Cassie DoyleVancouver, British Columbia
Cassie Doyle is strategic adviser to the Canadian International Resources and Development Institute, University of British Columbia, where she was also CEO. She served as deputy minister and associate deputy minister (environment) with the government of Canada. Before joining the federal government, she held leadership positions with the British Columbia government including as CEO of the BC Assets and Land Corporation; deputy minister of environment, lands and parks; and deputy minister of housing and consumer services. Cassie Doyle was Canada’s consul general in San Francisco. She chaired the boards of BC Housing and Oxfam Canada, and she has been a director on the boards of the Alberta Energy Regulator, the Atomic Energy Corporation of Canada and the United Way. Cassie holds an MA in social policy and administration from Carleton University and a BA in sociology from the University of Victoria.