Executive Biographies

Priscille LeBlanc

Vice President, Corporate Communications

Priscille LeBlanc was appointed Vice President, Corporate Communications in November, 2007. In this role, she is responsible for Air Canada’s overall corporate communications, including the strategic development and implementation of media relations, employee communications and community investment programs. She also serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Air Canada Foundation.

Prior to this appointment, Priscille held senior managerial positions in the airline’s Corporate Communications branch, where she was responsible for developing and implementing various media and employee communications plans on a number of high profile issues.

Priscille joined Air Canada in 1997. She previously held a number of senior positions in the aviation industry overseeing communications, inter-governmental and community relations, regulatory affairs, marketing communications, public relations and customer service.

Priscille holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.