Doug Moen’s extensive public service career included serving as Deputy Minister to the Premier (2009-2016), Deputy Minister of Justice and the Deputy Attorney General (2002 – 2009), and Executive Director of the Public Law Division and the Executive Director of the Community Justice Division (1997-2002).
He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1995, served as the President of the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (1997-98), was a member of the Executive of the Canadian Bar Association – Saskatchewan Branch (2000-2007), and was a board member with the Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan (2002-2007). Doug is currently Chair of the Global Transportation Hub Board, a member of the Canada West Foundation Board, a member and past Chair of the Phoenix Residential Society board, and a member of the Saskatchewan Health Quality Council’s and Max Bell Foundation's Board of Directors.
Doug Moen graduated from the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan in 1979, and held various roles in the field of public law and policy. His experience also includes two years working at the House of Commons in Ottawa in the early 1980s.