MSc, RPBio, PBiol, DABT - Board Certified Toxicologist
Jillian Campbell is a senior environmental scientist and Board-certified toxicologist with 17 years of experience in contaminated site assessment, toxicology and human health and ecological risk assessment. She has completed risk assessments for sites impacted with metals, hydrocarbons, produced water and solvents. Jillian’s strong skills in client and regulatory communication, technical analysis and understanding of regulatory frameworks are evidenced by the key role she plays in bringing sites to regulatory closure.
Jillian provided external review of the Alberta Tier 1 guidelines for dioxins and furans to support an updated guideline for protection of human health. She provided senior review, on behalf of the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, of a regional risk assessment of 2021 flooding in three watersheds in BC. She acted as a subject matter expert in a federal class action lawsuit and for the Alberta Energy Regulator in a quasi-judicial regulatory hearing for an oilsands mining development. Jillian developed toxicological profiles and/or soil quality guidelines under contract to Health Canada for various compounds including n-hexane, bisphenol A (BPA), perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), methylmercury, and benzo(a)pyrene.
Jillian earned her Board-certification with the American Board of Toxicology in 2019. She is a Professional Biologist in BC and Alberta and is considered a Qualified Person by the Government of Saskatchewan. She is certified in the use of the Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) Subsoil Salinity Tool.
In her spare time Jillian coaches her daughters’ hockey teams, and enjoys hiking and skiing in the mountains with her family.