Jillian Campbell is a senior environmental scientist and Board-certified toxicologist with 15 years of experience in contaminated site assessment, toxicology and aspects of human health and ecological risk assessment. She has specialized expertise in site-specific risk assessments and liability assessments for sites impacted with produced water, hydrocarbons, metals and solvents. Jillian is known for practical and innovative solutions to achieve regulatory closure, while communicating results effectively to clients, regulators and landowners. Notably, she implemented a risk-based field-wide approach to a large field of sites that incorporated boreal forest considerations, First Nations traditional land uses, risk to Caribou, and remote aspects of the field to focus and streamline site assessment, regulatory liaison and progress to site closure.
Jillian provided subject matter expertise within a federal class action lawsuit, as well as for the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) within 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 within the Province of Alberta and is considered a Qualified Person by the Government of Saskatchewan. She is certified in the use of the AEP’s Subsoil Salinity Tool.
In her spare time Jillian coaches her daughters’ hockey teams, and enjoys hiking and skiing in the mountains with her family.