Ms. Lussenburg serves as Board Chair of the Ontario Capital Growth Corporation.
The principal businesses of OCGC
are to manage the interest of the Government of Ontario in the $ 205 million Ontario Venture Capital Fund LP
, which invests primarily in Ontario-based and Ontario-focused venture capital and growth equity funds that support innovative, high growth companies, and the $250 million Ontario Emerging Technologies Fund
which co-invests alongside qualified investors in innovative, high-growth, private, Ontario companies.
Ms. Lussenburg is a director of the Association of Corporate Counsel (Ontario Chapter) and a member of the Advisory Board of the Canada-United States Law Institute and its Executive Committee.
Ms. Lussenburg was Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at OMERS, one of Canada's largest public pension plans.
Ms. Lussenburg was responsible for the Legal Division, including the Corporate Secretariat, Board Secretariat, and Compliance as well as the provision of legal services to OMERS business, investment and pension operations.
Prior thereto Ms. Lussenburg served as ATT's
Chief Regional Counsel for Canada and Vice President, Legal Affairs, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at ATT Enterprises Canada Co.
, supporting ATT's Canadian and international operations.
Ms. Lussenburg is a Canadian representative to the Trade Ministers' NAFTA 2022 Advisory Committee on the Resolution of Private International Commercial Disputes; a Roster Member, Appointed under Agreement on Internal Trade (between the Governments of Canada and the Canadian Provinces) to reduce barriers to the movement of persons, goods, services and investments within Canada; and a Canadian Roster Member, under to the NAFTA Chapter 20 (Arbitral) Dispute Resolution Provisions.
has written and spoken extensively on international trade including trade barriers, NAFTA, establishing business in Canada and other jurisdictions, corporate governance and pension matters.