Lecturer and Director, Strategic Program Development and Accreditation, Office of the Dean,
Smith School of Business
Erin LeBlanc has been a part of Queen’s Executive Education as a facilitator on several of the programs offered, as well as a team facilitator in both the Queen’s National Executive MBA and Accelerated MBA programs. She has worked with not-for-profits, non-governmental organizations, and federal departments in the area of leadership development. In addition to teaching graduate courses in the area of international trade law, she is also a certified executive coach (TAIS) and has worked with hundreds of executives one-on-one in both the public and private sector for more than a decade.
As an advocate for the LGBT community focusing on assisting transgender people, Erin has been a guest speaker at schools and organizations, a presenter at the Transgender Day of Remembrance, a member of Trans Family Kingston (a support group for transgender people and their families), and quoted in print and online media. She is a co-host of a weekly radio show “Gender Talk” and serves on the Board of Kingston Pride. Erin also serves as a member of the Advisory Board and a speaker with the LGBTQ+ Executive Leadership Program at Smith School of Business.
A graduate of Queen’s University in economics and psychology, Erin also holds a Master of Arts in higher education policy from the University of Toronto, and is a graduate of Queen's Master of Law Program specializing in international trade law.