Krystelle Bilodeau is currently Advisor on Third Party Risk at the Bank of Canada. Krystelle has worked in the financial sector for over 16 years with 11 years at the central Bank. Throughout her career, Krystelle has established herself as a versatile professional holding leadership positions in a broad range of areas including Director of Retail and Wholesale Debt Administration responsible for large and complex outsourced operations, and as Director of Awareness and Education in the Currency Department during Canada’s successful transition from paper-based to polymer-based currency. Most recently, Krystelle was Special Assistant to the Bank’s Chief Operating Officer advising on a wide range of corporate programs and initiatives.
Krystelle has contributed to several written works including: co-author “An introduction to Public Education and Communications on Bank Notes” published by the International Banknote Designers Association, and contributed to “Third-Party Lifecycle and Risk Management – Driving Enterprise Value”. Krystelle is also a member of the Sourcing Interest Group’s Thought Leader’s Council, Faculty Member for SIG University’s Certified Third-Party Risk Management Program, and a member of the Strategic Direction Committee for the Bank of Canada’s women’s leadership network - PotentiELLE.
Krystelle holds a BA in Communications and a Master’s in Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University.