Media Release: WSCC Announces Departure of President and Chief Executive Officer

23rd Mar 2023

Yellowknife, NT (March 23, 2023) – The Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) today announced that as of May 8, 2023, Debbie Molloy is stepping down as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She will be joining Newfoundland and Labrador Health Services as Vice-President of Human Resources. 

Appointed by the WSCC’s Governance Council, Debbie assumed the duties of President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on August 12, 2019. 

Speaking on behalf of WSCC’s Governance Council, Chairperson Jenni Bruce said, 
“Debbie provided strong and steady leadership to the WSCC over the past four years. She helped the organization make great strides during an unpredictable time and provided a strong foundation for us to continue to move forwards towards clearly defined goals.”

Debbie said “Although I’m sad to be leaving at the beginning of this new strategic cycle, I am proud of the work that went into developing a plan with clear and measurable targets to guide the WSCC forward. I know I am leaving the organization in good hands with a strong senior leadership team. One of WSCC’s greatest assets is the people; they demonstrate a strong caring attitude and genuine commitment to safety.”

Recruitment to fill the role permanently is ongoing. The WSCC will continue to execute its previously announced strategic priorities as contained in the 2023-2027 Strategic Plan. 


Sarah McLeod
Communications Manager
Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission
Northwest Territories and Nunavut
T: (867) 920-3854