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Stakeholder Advisory Committee

The Stakeholder Advisory Committee provides appointed stakeholder representatives with the opportunity to present advice and recommendations on market development, conservation and planning decisions directly to the IESO's Board of Directors and Leadership Team. Members represent consumers, generators, distributors/transmitters, related businesses/services and Ontario communities. Stakeholders are encouraged to contact their SAC representative to provide input on issues that affect them.

Rachel Ingram

Rachel IngramRachel Ingram is a member of IESO’s Stakeholder Advisory Committee, representing the sector of Energy Related Businesses and Services.

Rachel is the General Counsel of the Rodan Energy group of companies and a key member of the senior management team. She is responsible for general legal matters including M&A and regulatory affairs, and the strategic direction of the Rodan Energy group. Rachel also works closely with government and industry stakeholders to assist with key policy developments affecting Ontario’s energy sector.

Prior to becoming a member of the Rodan team, Rachel was General Counsel for KremeKo Inc. (Krispy Kreme Canada). Previous to that, she was a partner at the law firm Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP in Toronto and practiced extensively in the areas of corporate/commercial law and mergers and acquisitions.

Rachel is a member of the Ontario Energy Association (“OEA”) Board of Directors. She is also an active participant in several IESO working groups, include the Demand Response Working Group and the Market Renewal Stakeholder Engagement process. Rachel has also been a director and corporate secretary of the East Wellington Family Health Team since 2007 and has been recognized on several occasions for her volunteer leadership.

Originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick, Rachel holds an Honours B.A. in English from the University of New Brunswick and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Ontario.