Logistec plays an important role as the provider of choice for safe, sustainable and creative solutions in the marine and environmental sectors in North America. It has proven to be an amazing success story, not just fueling the revenue line of the business, but also cementing the Logistec family name as one of the most successful business stories in Canada.
Ms. Stefancic joined Logistec Corporation in 1997 in this newly created position and, with her team manages all of the legal affairs of the company. For the past two decades, Ingrid has taken over the helm of corporate governance – seeking sound approaches to putting compliance, respect and integrity at the heart of the Logistec family. She oversees compliance with regulatory requirements as a publicly-traded company, manages and oversees mergers and acquisitions, contract and lease negotiations with suppliers, clients and port authorities, all insurance matters, trademarks, litigation files and current operating issues. Ms. Stefancic is the Secretary of Logistec Corporation, as well as all of its subsidiaries.
“Our team’s goal is quite clear – to create a safe and productive work environment, which fosters motivation and teamwork to develop creative and sustainable solutions for our customers in both the marine and environmental sectors. We are very proud of our mission.”
Prior to joining Logistec, Ms. Stefancic was in private practice as a business law/real estate lawyer for 10 years with two major law firms. She was also a professor at the Quebec Bar School, in the Business Law Section, for four years and published over 30 articles. She was an active member of the community while sitting on boards for various hospitals and educational institutions.
Ms. Stefancic is a graduate of Laval University where she earned a Civil Law degree and was called to the Quebec Bar in 1986. She is also a Fellow and Accredited Director of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (the ‟ICSA”), an international organization focused on corporate governance and professional administration. She sits on the board of its Canadian division and Chairs its Governance and Admissions Committee. She was formerly president of the Québec branch of the ICSA for six years. Ms. Stefancic is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association.