Vice President, Policy and Communications
Vice President, Policy, Innovation and Competitiveness
Vice President, Corporate Services
Executive Assistant to the President and Chief Executive Officer
Senior Vice President
Susan Scotti joined the Canadian Council of Chief Executives in March, 2011 as Senior Vice President. In that capacity, Susan manages the strategic planning and the day to day operations of the Council. She provides oversight for the development and execution of the Council’s policy priorities, financial and human resource planning, and membership development, as well as events planning. Prior to joining the Council, Susan was a senior executive with the Government of Canada for over 30 years. She was Senior Assistant Deputy Minister with Human Resources and Skills Development Canada until December 2008 and has also held senior positions in the Ministries of Canadian Heritage, Communications, Indian and Northern Affairs and the Privy Council Office. In addition, Susan has worked as an independent consultant focusing on strategic planning, governance and organizational development.
John R. Dillon
Vice President, Policy and Corporate Counsel
In his role as Vice President, Policy and Corporate Counsel, John Dillon has primary responsibility for the Council’s policy work related to energy, the environment and sustainable development, regulatory issues and corporate and competition law. He also contributes to the Council’s work in the areas of competitiveness, corporate governance and business-Aboriginal relations. Over more than 20 years with the Council, John has developed an active network of contacts across business, government and the NGO community in the pursuit of sound public policy solutions. One of his current priorities is working with like-minded organizations across the country to advocate for a more coherent national approach to energy and resource policy. He also chairs an informal industry coalition that aims to positively influence government policy related to climate change and air quality.