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Moya Greene's Portrait

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Moya Greene was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Mail Group in July 2010. She is a member of the Royal Mail Group Board of Directors and also chairs the Chief Executive Committee, responsible for the management of the business and the development of the strategy. Ms. Greene also sits on the board of Tim Hortons Inc., which is the fourth largest publicly-traded service restaurant chain in North America.

Prior to joining Royal Mail, Ms. Greene was President and Chief Executive Officer of Canada Post from May 12, 2005 where she led a successful transformation programme, significantly improving profitability despite declining mail volumes. As President and CEO, she sat on the Board of Directors of Canada Post Corporation. She also chaired the Strategy and Priority Committee, responsible for managing Canada Post’s and the Canada Post Group of Companies’ vision, strategies, priorities, long-term goals and policy framework targets. Ms. Greene also sat on the Board of Directors of Purolator Courier Ltd., a subsidiary of Canada Post.

Ms. Greene has been a senior officer of three of Canada’s largest multinational companies, first in banking and financial services, where she held the positions of Managing Director, Infrastructure Finance at TD Securities Inc. from 1996 to 2000; and Senior Vice President, Retail Products at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce from 2000 to 2003; and then recently as Senior Vice President, Operational Effectiveness at Bombardier Inc. 2003 to 2004.

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Ms. Greene has a strong track record in strategic planning, complex negotiations and relationship building in the private sector. She also has a strong public sector background, developed over a 17-year period when she assumed progressively senior roles in seven different Departments of the Canadian Federal Public Service.

As Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy, at Transport Canada from 1991 to 1996, Ms. Greene was responsible for broad reform of the over-burdened transportation system; the privatization of CN Rail; the deregulation of the Canadian airline industry; and the commercialization of the Canadian port system. Reform was also her mandate when, as Director General, Policy, at Employment and Immigration Canada, Ms. Greene led the effort to overhaul the Unemployment Insurance System.

Ms. Greene started her public service career in 1979 as an Immigration Adjudicator, and moved from there to take on senior policy positions first in the Department of Labour, and subsequently in the Privy Council Office, where she held the senior policy position responsible for transportation. Ms. Greene has managed a number of difficult federal-provincial files as well, first in her capacity as Director of Inter-Provincial Affairs in the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs and later in the Office of Federal -Provincial Relations.

Ms. Greene was recognized in 2003 by the National Post as one of Canada’s Top 100 influential women and in 2004, 2008 and 2011 by Women’s Executive Network (WXN) as one of Canada’s most powerful women for her work in the private and public sectors. In 2013, Ms. Greene received the Sunday Times Business Person of the Year Award and in 2014, she received the Financial Times Boldness in Business Award.

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