Amber Irwin is an experienced public affairs professional with a background in media relations, issues management, and strategic communications.
Amber has advised leaders at both the federal and provincial levels of government. During her time in Ottawa, Amber worked on a wide-range of files, from the establishment of the International Day of the Girl to the creation of Shared Services Canada. She most recently served as the Director of Communications to Ontario’s Minister of Long-term Care.
Originally from southern Ontario, Amber lives in British Columbia with her husband and three kids. She spends most of her time outside of work making snacks.
- Director of Communications to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services and Shared Services Canada
- Direct of Communications to Ontario’s Minister of Long-term Care
- Master of Arts History, McGill University
- Bachelor of Art History, McGill University