General Insurance Council
Elizabeth Hak has B. Sc. Degree in Genetic Toxicology and a Journalism diploma. She worked at the R.C.M.P. Forensic Laboratory in Edmonton, Alberta as an Alcohol Expert for 12 years. She has served on a number of boards including the Alberta Transportation Safety Board, the AISH/IES Appeal Panel, the Licence and Community Standards Appeal Board in Calgary, the Life Insurance Council of Alberta and the ACCLXT. Elizabeth currently serves on the Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada and the General Insurance Council of Alberta.
Kathryn Oviatt is a partner at Oviatt Law where she focuses on labour arbitration, employment law, and legal research and writing. Kathryn has been a lawyer since 2006 and an independent adjudicator since 2014. She holds the professional designation of Qualified Arbitrator from the ADR Institute of Canada. Prior to joining Oviatt Law, Kathryn served as legal counsel for the Court of Queen’s Bench and was an associate at a large regional law firm.