Kathleen Wynne's Transition Team is led by Monique Smith,
former MPP and Cabinet member. It includes a wide range of
interests and experience, but no one outstanding for their
environmental commitment or experience:
Tom Allison: Kathleen Wynne Campaign Manager
Arnold Chan: Vice President, Aboriginal Affairs and General
Counsel, Xeneca Power Development Inc. and former political staff
Bernadette Clement: Lawyer at the S.D.G Legal Clinic and former
Cornwall City Councilor
David Crombie: Former Member of Parliament and Mayor of
Tony Dean: Former Secretary of the Cabinet and Clerk of the
Don Drummond: Chair of the Commission on the Reform of
Ontario's Public Services (Drummond Report)
Jan Innes: Vice President of Public Affairs of Rogers Media and
former Executive Assistant to Premier David Peterson
Frances Lankin: Co-Chair of the Social Assistance Review
Commission, former Ontario MPP (NDP) and former Cabinet
Dr. Ben Levin: Canada Research Chair in Education Leadership
and Policy at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Lyn McLeod: Former Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party and
former Cabinet Minister
Glen Murray: Former Minister of Research and Innovation and was
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities until resigning to
run as a candidate
Elaine Todres: Former Deputy Minister and was involved in
previous provincial public service 'transformation'
Angus Toulouse: Regional Chief of Ontario and from the
Sagamok Anishinawbek First Nation and an elected member of the AFN
Greg Sorbara: Former Minister of Finance and former
Ontario Liberal Party Campaign Co-Chair
Hari Suthan Subramaniam: Former Director of Policy and
Legislative Affairs, Ministry of Economic Development and
Maria Van Bommel: Former Member of Provincial Parliament,
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