Anne Le Guellec, Consul-General Toronto

Anne Le Guellec (1974) was appointed as Consul-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Toronto in August 2017.

A Dutch and French national, Anne joined Dutch public service in 1998. She is a trained lawyer, and holds honours degrees in European law from Université Francois Rabelais in Tours, France, and from Leiden University in Leiden, the Netherlands.

Throughout her career, Anne has held various positions at the interface of national and international competition law and consumer affairs. At the Netherlands Competition Authority (NMa), she was Counselor to the Board; after which she headed the Legal Department of the Netherlands Consumer Authority. In her most recent position as Deputy Director at the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Market (ACM), she led several high-profile cases affecting consumer and private-sector interests. Anne is also a regular speaker at national and international forums.

Thriving in international environments, Anne has a particular affinity with management roles. She enjoys building and developing teams in which individuals are able to develop their talents to the fullest, while at the same time, contributing actively to the team. She uses a leadership style that is results-driven, transparent and also sensitive to diversity.

Anne and her partner have two children, a daughter and a son.

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