The National President, the National Executive Vice-President and the seven Regional Executive Vice-Presidents form the Alliance Executive Committee (AEC). The AEC is responsible for the day-to-day decisions of the union with respect to finances, overseeing campaigns, mobilizing the membership, advocating on behalf of the membership and advancing the union and its members' rights in the workplace. The AEC meets monthly and as needed.
Chris Aylward was re-elected as the National Executive Vice-President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada at the PSAC’s 17th National Triennial Convention in May 2015. He was first elected to this position in May 2012.
PSAC Ontario members re-elected Sharon DeSousa as REVP for Ontario on June 8, 2014. 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 elected Prairies Regional Executive Vice-President at the 6th Regional Triennial Convention of the PSAC Prairie Region on June 29, 2014 in Saskatoon.
Magali Picard is the Regional Executive Vice-President (REVP) for Quebec for the Public Service Alliance of Canada.
Larry Rousseau was first elected PSAC Regional Executive Vice President for the National Capital Region in June 2011. He was re-elected for a second term in May 2014.
Jeannie Baldwin is the Regional Executive Vice-President (REVP) for PSAC's Atlantic region. Jeannie has held the PSAC Alliance Executive Committee position since 2004.
Jack was elected at the PSAC North 6th Regional Triennial Convention in Whitehorse, held June 6th to 8th 2014. Jack Bourassa is a lifelong union activist and a dedicated family man.
Bob Jackson was elected to his second term as BC REVP in April 2014. Prior to his election as REVP in May 2011 Bob was a founding member of the BC Regional Council, where he served as the National Officer’s Coordinator for two terms.