New Board member joins Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission


The Board of Directors at the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) welcomes Gael MacLeod as a new member. MacLeod’s appointment is effective immediately for a term ending April 1, 2019.

“Ms. MacLeod brings a unique blend of expertise bridging public, private and non-profit sectors, and adds to the already strong leadership and strategic skills set at the Board table. On behalf of the entire Board, I welcome Ms. MacLeod, and look forward to our work in guiding the AGLC in creating progressive, socially responsible gaming and liquor experiences and delivering strong results for the benefit of all Albertans.”

Susan Green, Chair of the AGLC Board

Former councillor for the City of Calgary, MacLeod also served in leadership roles on several government and community boards, including Calgary Community Lottery Board, Calgary Housing Company, and the City of Calgary Audit Committee. MacLeod’s professional experience covers specific areas of expertise such as strategic planning, grant decision-making, government relations and philanthropy.

MacLeod was the successful candidate in an open competition that was conducted by the Alberta Public Service’s Corporate Human Resources.

“The AGLC is committed to creating value for our stakeholders, clients and customers. This requires strong leadership at all levels, each and every day. On behalf of the organization, I am pleased to welcome Ms. MacLeod to the Board of Directors and I am excited for the value her experience will bring. The AGLC is well positioned for delivering on our promise to provide the ‘Choices Albertans can trust’.”

Bill Robinson, President and Chief Executive Officer

The AGLC is a government business enterprise responsible for administering the Gaming and Liquor Act, Regulation and related policy. The organization’s business focuses on generating revenue for the province and the people of Alberta, ensuring integrity in gaming and liquor industries, and supporting provincial efforts to reduce liquor- and gambling-related harms.