Alison Drummond, Assistant Deputy Minister, Long-Term Care Commission Secretariat, has worked for the Ontario Public Service since 1997, in progressively responsible roles at the Ministry of Finance, Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, and the Ministry of Transportation, before returning to the Ministry of Finance in 2017 as the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Strategy, Stewardship and Program Policy Division in the Office of Tax, Benefits and Local Finance. Prior to 1997, she worked for the Legislative Library of Ontario. She has a B.A. (Honours) in History from the University of Alberta and an M.A., also in History, from the University of Toronto.
Derek Lett, Director of Policy, has worked for the Ontario Public Service since 1992. He has worked in four different line ministries, three central agencies and was Executive Director of Ontario’s Conflict of Interest Commissioner’s Office. Prior to joining the LTC COVID-19 Commission, Mr. Lett was Director of Operations, Outreach and Education in Ontario’s Integrity Commissioner’s Office. He holds a B.A. (Specialized Honours) in Public Policy and Administration from York University, a Masters in Public Administration from Queen’s University, a Certificate in Change Management from Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor.
Peter Rehak, Director of Communications, performed the same function for the Walkerton Inquiry, the Independent SARS Commission, the Toronto Computer Leasing Inquiries, the Pediatric Forensic Pathology Inquiry, the Mississauga Inquiry, the Ipperwash Inquiry, the Elliot Lake Inquiry, the Independent Police Oversight Review, the Independent Street Checks Review, the Motherisk Commission, The Public Inquiry into the Safety and Security of Residents in the Long-Term Homes System and several other reviews and commissions. He has a wide-ranging background in print and television media.