Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission

Roxanne LeBlanc

Ms. Roxanne LeBlanc was recently hired as the new Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance.

Ms. LeBlanc is a highly experienced Senior Financial Management Professional and Chartered Professional Accountant with a proven record of success in directing financial services, business, and operations planning processes. She recently served at the Edmonton International Airport Authority as the Vice President of Corporate Services and previously as the Director of Finance.

Ms. LeBlanc has substantial experience dealing with complex, multi-party, and multi-jurisdictional challenges.

Diane Pettie

Diane Pettie has experience with corporate governance matters, human resources and pensions, strategy and risk management, litigation and dispute resolution, and change management. She had served on the Audit Committee of the Law Society of Alberta, the Calgary Region Arts Foundation, the Grace Foundation, and Chairing the Association of Women Lawyers (Calgary) and the Association of General Counsel of Alberta. She was

honoured with a Queen’s Counsel in 2014.

Grant Sprague

Chair & Director - Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission

Prior to his return as Deputy Minister of Energy, Grant served as associate counsel at Miller Thomson LLP where he provided advice on natural resource and environmental law, administrative law matters, and regulatory processes involving government. Previously, he served as Deputy Minister of Energy from July 2013 to May 2016 and Chair of the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission. Grant also served as Chief of the Policy Coordination Office of Executive Council and as Assistant Deputy Minister of Alberta Justice.

Grant was appointed Queen’s Counsel for Alberta in December of 2010 and is a Senior Fellow with the C.D. Howe Institute and a sessional lecturer at the University of Alberta School of Business.

Stephanie Sterling

Chair of the Audit Committee

Stephanie is a corporate director, independent consultant, and former senior executive with over 25 years of experience and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, is a Professional Engineer in Alberta and has a Master of Business Administration with the University of Alberta. Currently serving on the board of Cardinal Energy and the board of Cabin Ridge, a private coal venture, Stephanie also serves as an independent corporate ombudsman for Shell Canada