Élisabeth Châtillon


Élisabeth Châtillon is a retired executive from the Government of Canada. In addition to having been the ADM for Canadian Heritage in the Quebec region, and the Assistant Commissioner for Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, Élisabeth led the successful implementation of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s obligations under the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement. She also led the modernization of the delivery of the federal government’s two major income support programs: Employment Insurance (EI) and the Canada Pension Plan / Old Age Security (CPP/OAS) at Service Canada.

Élisabeth holds an International Relations Master’s Degree from the University of Ottawa and a doctoral DEA in International Relations from the Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne.