Mining Association of BC welcomes new vice-president of corporate affairs

by Keith Powell
Mining Association of BC welcomes new vice-president of corporate affairs

Kislock brings a wealth of experience to the table. — Photo courtesy MABC

The Mining Association of British Columbia (“MABC” or the “Association”) is pleased to announce that Lindsay Kislock has joined as Vice President, Corporate Affairs, effective June 12, 2017.

Lindsay brings extensive public policy and senior management experience to her new role. She comes to MABC from B.C.’s Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure where she has been Assistant Deputy Minister responsible for Transportation Trade Network planning and the Pacific Gateway Alliance. Prior to joining Transportation, Lindsay served as Assistant Deputy Minister in various portfolios, including health, agriculture and small business and regulatory reform.

“We are pleased to have Lindsay joining MABC,” said Bryan Cox, President and CEO of MABC. “Her executive experience with the Province of BC will be instrumental in helping the Association shape an exciting and productive future for our industry and the employees and communities that depend upon it.”

Lindsay has a Masters Degree from the University of Washington in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Lakehead University.
 

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