Shannon Lundquist

By RKESTRA on behalf of the CCO

Shannon Lundquist

Shannon Lundquist believes in the power of resilience. With over 30 years’ experience working in public sector transformation, she promotes a culture of optimism and well-being within her teams. Shannon has worked with numerous public and private sector organizations to achieve success and deliver value in areas of program management, governance, business and technology sourcing, shared services, operations management, systems implementation and change leadership.

Prior to taking on the role of Vice Chair, Federal Practice Leader​, Deloitte Canada, Shannon was a member of the Deloitte Canadian Executive Team, serving as the Chief of Staff for Anthony Viel, CEO. Shannon worked directly with the Executive Leadership Team’s to effect strategic and cultural change across the organization, and led the firm's pandemic crisis response.

In her previous role as Healthcare Consulting Leader for Canada and Chile, Shannon established Deloitte as the premier executive sponsor for the Coordinated Accessible National (CAN) Health Network, bringing innovation to healthcare delivery systems across Canada. Shannon worked with hospitals, home healthcare and academic organizations to refine and execute on their clinical delivery and innovations strategies including directly clinical services and capital planning at a number of Canada's leading health systems.

Shannon spent the first 14 years of her career with the Government of BC where she had several senior operations and transformation roles. She spent her final three years directing a complex $750m 10-year program including the design and implementation of an outsourced shared services agreement for revenue and health services. She chaired the program governance committee for the SAP implementation and directed cross-government business requirements and process alignment. Shannon also directed the labour and services transition, including all change management, communication, staff and vendor relationship management for the negotiation and transfer of 175 unionized staff. This project included the migration of core government systems.