Jasmine Igneski is Vice President, Policy, Sustainability and Government Relations at Parkland Corporation. She oversees the development, implementation and management of Parkland Corporation’s government, external and Indigenous relations strategies. In her role, she oversees Parkland’s advocacy activities, policy development, and Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) functions across Canada, the United States, and 23 countries throughout the Caribbean, and Central and South America.
Ms. Igneski has over 24 years of experience within governments, public affairs, strategic planning, and environmental consulting. She spent a considerable amount of time in senior advisory roles for several federal and provincial Cabinet Ministers, and for the Prime Minister of Canada where she served as Senior Policy Advisor for Economic Affairs, Environment and Energy Security, as Director of Issues Management, and Director of Priorities and Planning. Ms. Igneski has also provided integrated communications and public affairs support through private practice in a range of areas including government relations, mergers and acquisitions, brand and reputation management, crisis and issues management, media relations, and community and stakeholder relations.
In her volunteer time, Ms. Igneski is a long-term member of the Board of the Sarcoma Foundation of Canada and a patron of Parkinson Canada’s SuperWalk, a cause that is very important to her.