Rachel Doran is the director of policy and strategy at Clean Energy Canada, where she brings nearly 20 years of experience in policy, politics and law to advance clean energy solutions. Before joining Clean Energy Canada, Rachel served as senior special adviser to the minister of environment and climate change, adviser to the prime minister, and chief of staff to ministers of justice and Indigenous services. She was also legal counsel for both the Ontario and federal governments, working in litigation, resource management and Indigenous rights. Additionally, Rachel has a background in the management of non-profit organizations and has worked extensively in Canada and Morocco on access to justice and gender equality. She holds a law degree in civil and common law and a bachelor’s degree from McGill University.