Brenda Eaton

Brenda Eaton headshotBrenda Eaton lives in Victoria and is an experienced Corporate Director, having served for more than ten years on several private, public, not-for-profit and crown corporation boards.
 
Before becoming a Corporate Director, Brenda was a senior leader in the BC government. From 2001-2005 Brenda was Deputy Minister to Premier Gordon Campbell. Prior to that, she held executive positions, including Deputy Minister of Finance and Treasury Board, Energy and Mines, and Social Services. For several years she was the CFO of a Health Authority.
 
Brenda is active in the non-profit sector. She is currently Chair of the Max Bell Foundation, Vice Chair of the BC Alzheimer’s Society and on the Board of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and the Killam Trusts. She is also a Juror for the Donner Award.
 
Brenda is certified by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D) and has a master’s degree in Economics. Her many awards include the Queen’s Jubilee Award for community contribution, University of Victoria’s Distinguished Alumni and WXN’s 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada.
 
Brenda has served on the Board of Directors since 2017. She is a member of the Governance Committee and she is chair of the Resources Committee.