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John Reed, M.E.S.
John Reed is the CCAF's President and CEO, effective July 1, 2016.
Mr. Reed has worked closely with CCAF's community over the past four years as its Vice-President responsible for performance audit and oversight. During this time, he has led the development of new innovative products, including our practice guides, discussion papers and other methodology tools, and has also led the renewal of our performance audit training. He has also worked extensively internationally in support of CCAF's International Legislative Oversight Program.
Mr. Reed has been at CCAF on interchange from the Office of the Auditor General of Canada (OAG). He joined the OAG in 1996 and, as a Principal, has extensive experience in leading performance audits in a number of federal departments and agencies including National Defence, Foreign Affairs and International Trade, CIDA, Environment Canada, and Health Canada. Mr. Reed spent many years leading audits of environmental programs and sustainable development strategies for the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development. Mr. Reed also led the OAG's international environmental auditing-related work, including heading the Working Group on Environmental Auditing of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions.
Prior to joining the OAG, Mr. Reed spent more than a decade in environmental positions in the petroleum industry, with wide ranging responsibilities related to regulatory and public policy development, strategic environmental planning, risk communication, issues management, and environmental auditing. He was a co-founder of the Canadian Environmental Auditing Association and served as its President and Past-President. Mr. Reed also spent three years with Environment Canada as the lead negotiator for the United Nations' Montreal Protocol on Ozone Depleting Substances.
John Reed holds an Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies (1982) from the University of Waterloo and a Masters of Environmental Studies from York University (1984).