The Alliance Executive Committee (AEC) consists of the National President, the National Executive Vice-President and seven Regional Executive Vice-Presidents. The AEC is responsible for the day-to-day financial decisions of the union, overseeing campaigns, mobilizing members, defending members and preserving the rights of the union and its members in the workplace. The AEC meets once a month or as required.
Chris Aylward was elected as the National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada at PSAC’s 18th National Triennial Convention in May 2018. He previously served as PSAC’s National Executive Vice-President from 2012-2018.
Magali Picard was elected as the National Executive Vice-President for the Public Service Alliance of Canada at PSAC’s 18th National Triennial Convention in May 2018. She previously served as the Regional Executive Vice-President (REVP) for PSAC’s Quebec Region from 2012-2018.
Colleen Coffey was elected Atlantic Regional Executive Vice-President at the 7th Regional Triennial Convention on June 24, 2017 in Saint John, NB.
Yvon Barrière was elected Regional Executive Vice-President for Quebec on June 29, 2018. He previously held the position of Quebec Regional Vice-President for the Union of Safety and Justice Employees (USJE).
Greg McGillis was elected as Regional Executive Vice-President (REVP) in May 2017.
PSAC Ontario members re-elected Sharon DeSousa as REVP for Ontario on May 28, 2017. Sharon was first elected in May of 2011 to represent PSAC 30,000 members in the province. Desousa is the first racially visible member elected to the Alliance Executive Committee in PSAC's history.
Marianne Hladun was re-elected Prairies Regional Executive Vice-President on April 23, 2017.
Jamey Mills was elected as Regional Executive Vice-President (REVP) in June 2017.
Jack was re-elected at the PSAC North 6th Regional Triennial Convention in June 2017. Jack Bourassa is a lifelong union activist and a dedicated family man.