Diane McLeod-McKay

Yukon Ombudsman and Information & Privacy Commissioner

Diane McLeod-McKay was appointed Yukon Ombudsman and Information & Privacy Commissioner in June 2013. Prior to this, she worked for the Privacy Commissioner of Alberta as Director of the Personal Information Protection Act. Diane also spent several years at the Calgary Health Region where she was responsible for Legal Services and Information and Privacy. After relocating to British Columbia in 2004, Diane worked as a privacy and security consultant for the Government of British Columbia. In 2009, Diane obtained her law degree from the University of Victoria and focused her practice on advising the private, public and health sectors on their responsibilities for compliance with privacy legislation. Throughout her career, Diane has participated on many committees advocating for the protection of privacy, including the Canadian Bar Association Access and Privacy Section and the Vancouver Island Clinical Research Ethics Board.