Lynelle Spring, Associate
Lynelle has exceptional project management and communications skills earned through more than twenty years experience working on Parliament Hill, with federal and provincial governments and consulting for trade associations, research organizations and government departments.
Lynelle’s political experience includes eight years working for Members of Parliament and for the provincial New Democrats in British Columbia.
Her strong organizational skills and political acumen enabled Lynelle to assume senior positions within the Government of British Columbia from 1991 – 2000, reporting directly to five Deputy Ministers and routinely briefing Cabinet Ministers on policy and legislative issues. During her work with the BC Government, Lynelle led the provincial service delivery organization, BC Government Agents, with its 60 offices and more than 300 employees. She was also the senior provincial government official on Vancouver’s successful campaign to be Canada’s selected site in the Bid for the 2010 Olympics.
Building on her extensive service delivery experience, Lynelle returned to Ottawa in 2001, where she worked for the Treasury Board Secretariat managing operations and communications for the Service Canada Pilot Project.
Lynelle has provided management advice, communications and issue management services to trade and professional associations in Canada and the United States. Her clients have also included more than a dozen government departments and agencies.
Lynelle has a B.A., sociology from Carleton University and received the Epstein Medal for excellence in graduate research.