Beth MacNeil

Beth has spent 25 years working in science-based economic and regulatory departments and agencies across the federal government. Beth began her career as a biologist working for Environment Canada’s Canadian Wildlife Service. She later moved to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, followed by five years with Natural Resources Canada’s Canadian Forest Service, where she held the position of Senior Director, Science and Technology Governance. In 2014, Beth assumed the responsibilities of Director General, Strategic Policy, Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard, and in 2016, she became Director General, Policy Development and Analysis, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. As of January 30, 2018, Beth returned to Natural Resources Canada’s Canadian Forest Service in the capacity of Assistant Deputy Minister.

Beth holds a Bachelor of Science (Biology) from STFX University, Nova Scotia, a Master degree in Environmental Studies, York University, Toronto, and a Certificate in Public Sector Leadership and Governance from the University of Ottawa.
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