Linda P. Lamoureux serves as the Executive Chair of the Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals comprised of the Ontario Parole Board, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission, the Licence Appeal Tribunal, the Fire Safety Commission and the Animal Care Review Board.
Linda is a lawyer and a graduate of Queen's University and the University of Windsor. An experienced senior leader, she has extensive experience in the areas of legal and regulatory compliance, change management, ethics, governance, health, labour and community safety and security.
Following a civil litigation career, she served in a number of roles including Vice President of a public health and safety insurer and ethics officer for a subsidiary of a professional medical association. She formerly served as Chair of the Health Professions and Health Services Appeal and Review Boards, the Ontario Hepatitis C Assistance Plan Review Committee and the Transitional Physician Audit Panel. Under her leadership, the work of the Safety, Licensing Appeals and Standards Tribunals Indigenous Services Team received an award for its work with circle hearings, and the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board received the Maytree Diversity in Governance Award, Public Governance Sector division. Linda is actively involved in her professional and personal communities.
Linda and her husband, Rod Stableforth, have resided in Markham for the last 35 years. They have two adult children.