Biography – Stan Lee, Interim President

Mr. Stan Lee is originally from Edmundston, New Brunswick. He moved to Ottawa in 1994 to pursue graduate studies at Carleton University where he earned a PhD in Experimental Psychology.

Stan began his public service career as a psychologist at the Public Service Commission of Canada’s Personnel Psychology Centre in 1998 and has since occupied a number of positions in policy, research, operations, internal services and oversight. In 2006, he was appointed Director General of the Personnel Psychology Centre. He was appointed Vice-President of the Oversight and Investigations Sector of the Public Service Commission of Canada in July 2016.

More recently, Mr. Lee also completed graduate studies in Public Policy and Governance at the University of Ottawa. He was appointed Interim President of the Public Service Commission of Canada on August 5, 2022.

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