Our Team


Drawing on deep experience in government, media and law TSA consultants are uniquely qualified to guide clients successfully through the challenges and nuances of today’s public arena.

Ian Anderson


Ian S. Anderson is founder and President of Temple Scott Associates (TSA).

Ian’s projects include internationally-recognized strategies and issues management counsel for major companies, associations, governments and NGOs.

Ian was named to the Queen’s Honours List for 2008 and inducted into the Royal Victorian Order by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace in June 2008. He was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal in 2012 by Governor General David Johnston for services to Canada.

Ian’s recent projects include designing and managing the Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conferences from 2004 to 2018. He is currently leading an initiative to bring 300 emerging leaders from 40 or more Commonwealth nations to Canada for a major development program in 2022.

Prior to consulting, Ian worked in senior positions in the Government of Canada and the national media. From 1985 to 1987, Ian served the Prime Minister of Canada as Deputy Principal Secretary and, from 1983 to 1985, as Director of Communications.

Ian worked as a journalist and commentator for several national and international media organizations, reporting for Reuters, the Montreal Gazette and Maclean’s newsweekly. During his journalism career, he was a frequent public affairs commentator on radio and television and won the National Business Writing Award.

In 1998, he managed The Duke of Edinburgh’s Eighth Commonwealth Study Conference, which brought young leaders from business, government and labour in 23 countries to Canada for a 14-day development program. He co-wrote a book about the Duke of Edinburgh and the history of the Conferences that was launched at Buckingham Palace in 2007.

He is former Board Chair of the Traffic Injury Research Foundation, a director of Red Sky Performance (Canada’s preeminent Aboriginal dance and theatre company), and co-founded organic food producer Yorkshire Valley Farms. He and his family divide their time between Toronto and their 250-acre organic farm near Port Hope, Ontario.

Don Moors


Don Moors leads TSA’s national government relations practice.

A lawyer with over 20 years of experience as a government relations professional, Don is regularly recognized as one of Canada’s top lobbyists by The Hill Times, Canada’s only weekly publication dedicated to political affairs. 

Don has developed and implemented successful government relations programs for some of the world’s best known companies including Salesforce, Mastercard, Emirates Airline and Vanguard. He also has extensive experience working with business and professional associations. His policy and regulatory expertise extends to financial services, taxation, transportation, health care and food and product law.

Don advises clients on House of Commons and Senate Rules and Procedure as well as federal and provincial lobbying legislation and crisis communications.

Don regularly provides seminars for corporate executives on lobbying and advocacy, including training for Parliamentary Committee appearances. 

Don holds a degree in Law and a Master of Arts in Economics from Queen’s University.

Duncan Rayner

Vice President

Duncan Rayner provides government and public relations counsel to a wide range of domestic and international clients, including Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, industry associations, charities and not-for-profit organizations, and public entities.

Duncan’s clients value his ability to read the political scene, provide early warning of potential problems and opportunities, and offer solutions to work constructively with Governments at all levels.

Duncan joined TSA after several years in the political sector, serving as a Senior Advisor to former Progressive Conservative (PC) Leader Peter MacKay and as Director of Operations for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Duncan played a central role in drafting the agreement that led to the unification of Canada’s Conservative Parties.

Responsible for national organization and mobilization with the Conservatives, Duncan also served as in-house convention planner and advised on all internal and external communications, always in a high-risk, high-profile environment with no room for error.

These skills have been transferred to Duncan’s work with TSA, helping clients build relationships with external stakeholders and the media to further their government relations and public affairs goals.

Duncan is an exceptional writer and holds a B.A. from Bishop’s University and an M.A. from Dalhousie University. He is frequently invited to speak on government relations to conferences across North America.

Duncan is a native of St. George, New Brunswick.

Scott Munnoch


Scott Munnoch brings to TSA’s clients his unique experience at the highest levels of government, event management and communications.

Starting his career in corporate public affairs, Scott transitioned into government and worked closely with many Canadian leaders, both federally and provincially. Scott served as Executive Assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tour Director for the Prime Minister of Canada and a Senior Advisor to the Premier of Ontario.

Scott’s deep knowledge of Government and political processes, and his extensive network across Canada, have served client interests at the federal, provincial and municipal levels. 

Scott also plays a lead role in TSA event management, where his experience includes senior organizing positions with international summits and tours, including the G-7. In 1997, Scott was named a Member of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for his work on the Royal Tours to Canada.

Scott is well known for getting the job done under any circumstances. He is a team player with a proven track record.

Scott is a graduate of both Queen’s University and the University of Windsor where he also played varsity football.

He served as President of the Albany Club of Toronto from 2014-2016.

Brian Klunder

Senior Counsel

Brian Klunder serves as Senior Counsel and provides expert advice to clients across a broad spectrum of federal and provincial policy areas – including public infrastructure investment, financial services, transportation, innovation and culture.  

At TSA, Brian has led a number of perception audits to assess how clients and their priorities are perceived by government decision makers and then developed strategies to best align client needs with government objectives.

Brian has over 25 years experience working at senior levels of government, as a government relations practitioner, and with Canada’s largest pension fund manager.

During the Chrétien and Martin governments, Brian served as a Senior Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Minister of Transport, and the Minister of Health.

He subsequently served as senior public affairs consultant for a global public affairs firm. In this role, he provided strategic advice on issues related to infrastructure investment, financial services, agriculture and food, and Canada’s extractive industries. During this time Brian was named by the Hill Times as one of Canada’s Top 100 Lobbyists.

Before joining TSA, Brian served as Director of Public Affairs for CPP Investments. In this role Brian managed and developed advocacy strategies on behalf of Canada’s largest pension fund manager for its interactions with federal and provincial governments as well as priority stakeholders across Canada.

Brian holds an honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Windsor.

Kevin MacAdam

Senior Counsel

Kevin MacAdam joined TSA in 2014 and brings to the firm 20 years of experience in high profile positions in Provincial and Federal Governments.

Kevin was a distinguished Provincial Cabinet Minister in Prince Edward Island from 1996 until 2006, serving in a number of departments including Agriculture, Fisheries, Environment, Tourism, Forestry and Aquaculture.  When first appointed to Cabinet, Kevin was the youngest Cabinet Minister in PEI’s history. During his time in Cabinet, Kevin’s many achievements included successfully negotiating various federal-provincial-territorial agreements; implementing critical reforms for natural resource industries; introducing various strategies to promote and grow the Province’s tourism industry; and enacting environmental protection legislation and a province-wide waste management program.  Kevin also led a range of international trade missions to promote PEI.

In 2006, Kevin moved to Ottawa and spent five years serving as Senior Policy Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to various Ministers responsible for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), Foreign Affairs, National Defense, and Canadian Revenue Agency, where he advised on files that were of strategic importance for the Atlantic region, as well as national and international files.  Kevin acted as the Minister’s point person for all stakeholders in the Atlantic region, including Premiers’ offices, municipalities and businesses. He was responsible for working with both national and international companies in the area of military procurement and the Industrial Regional Benefits Program (IRBs).  In addition.  Kevin served as the lead for successive Ministers in developing the Atlantic Energy Accord, resulting in the key agreement between the Federal Government and the governments of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland providing a $6.3 billion dollar loan guarantee to develop Lower Churchill Falls and link the provinces via an undersea cable.

In 2011, Kevin was named Director General, PEI, for ACOA, where he was responsible for the management and delivery of the Business Development Fund, the Atlantic Innovation Fund, the Innovative Community Fund, the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund and the Building Canada Fund. Kevin also was responsible for maintaining relationships with the PEI and Atlantic Canada business community and identifying opportunities for ACOA to support economic development.

Joshua Matthewman


Joshua provides government relations and strategic communications services to a range of Canadian and global companies, trade associations, charities, and a municipal government leadership team.

Joshua leverages nearly 10 years of combined experience at TSA and in Federal policymaking, politics, and public service to inform his strategic counsel to clients. He is an exceptional writer; having authored many public-facing documents and public remarks for executives and political leaders as well as successful funding applications and regulatory submissions for many of TSA’s corporate and charitable clients.

Joshua has held senior leadership roles on several Liberal Party and municipal political campaigns, including as a Campaign Manager during Federal Election 2019 and Ottawa Election 2018. Drawing on that work, Joshua gives clients impactful and current insights into the political climate.

Joshua previously worked as a Policy Analyst for the CDA Institute (a Canadian national defence thinktank), where he provided communications support to the Executive Director, contributed to the Institute’s publications, and helped manage major conferences. Before that, Joshua was a Program Officer at the Canada Border Services Agency, National Security Screening Division, where he briefed divisional senior executives on domestic and international security and refugee developments.

Joshua studied in the Advance Placement program at Western University, holds an Honours Bachelor of Social Science – Specialization in Criminology (with highest honours and a bilingual designation) from the University of Ottawa, and completed graduate studies in Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Joshua was a University of Ottawa varsity cross country and track runner, and currently competes in amateur road racing and triathlons.

Carrie Croft

Senior Director

Carrie provides strategic communications and government relations counsel to a wide range of TSA clients. She specializes in developing and executing external communication strategies designed to raise visibility, influence target audiences and shape the public environment.

With over 15 years of experience working with major brands, governments and associations, Carrie has a unique experience to draw upon when assessing the needs of clients and crafting strategies that exceed expectations based on the results they produce. Her extensive experience in digital media and traditional media relations allows her to bring solutions based on practical experience for our clients’ benefit.

Carrie was recently Senior Director of Communications for the Ottawa Senators, after several years leading Canada Soccer’s public relations efforts for both the National Sport Organisation (NSO) and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015. She served as the media officer for Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team from 2015 to 2019, leading communications for major events, including the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Her event experience ranges from countless corporate events to major sporting events, including the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, London 2012 Olympic Games, 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, and IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships.

Carrie is an avid traveler, having visited 25 countries for work and pleasure. She studied Business Administration at Algonquin College in Ottawa and Professional French at McGill University in Montreal.

Caitlin Drouillard


Caitlin is a bilingual Director with TSA’s strategic government relations team in Ottawa. She provides government relations counsel, legislative monitoring, strategic communications and event management services to clients across multiple sectors.

Caitlin is a strategic problem-solver and strong communicator who understands how to align government relations programs with client objectives. Her strong command of the political landscape at both the federal and provincial (Quebec, Ontario) levels, gives her an enhanced capacity to guide client strategies during the current minority federal parliament.

Prior to joining TSA, Caitlin worked at the International Joint Commission, in the Public Affairs Division, and with another government relations firm.

Caitlin has a Master degree in Political Science from the University of Windsor and has taught undergraduate courses in Canadian politics and international relations.

Brian St. Louis


Brian St. Louis brings to TSA clients more than 15 years of experience at the center of Canadian government, politics, and business.  His work has involved engagement with some of Canada’s foremost decision makers and delivering results for some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies.

After completing an internship via the Conservative Party of Canada, Brian started his career working for a Canadian Senator supporting her work in the agri-food, forestry and science and technology sectors. After co-managing a successful campaign during the 2011 Federal Election in a British Columbia riding, Brian moved to the House of Commons where he led policy and communications for a Member of Parliament who served as Chair of the International Trade Committee and Congressional Liaison to the United States.

Brian then moved in to the private sector where he headed government affairs for a New York and Toronto Stock Exchange traded critical materials company that was at the forefront working with federal and provincial governments to develop Canada’s sector potential.

After a return foray into politics as a Candidate in the 2019 Federal Election in the Ottawa area, Brian went back to the private sector as a Director of Government Affairs for one of the world’s largest technology companies, and, most recently he led government relations for Canada’s largest commercial bakery and one of the country’s largest consumer packaged goods companies where he delivered major regulatory changes, investment, and strategic guidance to ameliorate the company’s serious labour challenges. He also represented the company on the boards of directors of several industry associations including as a board executive.

Brian has a BA (Hons) in Political Studies, with minors in Public Administration and History, from Bishop’s University, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and Program Evaluation, from Carleton University. He is bilingual and lives in Ottawa.

Ujwal Ganguly

Senior Consultant

Ujwal is a member of TSA’s strategic government relations team in Toronto, working with a variety of clients in financial services, industry associations, and not-for-profits.

His services include legislative monitoring, government tenders, background briefings and meeting notes, execution of lobby days and events, media-tracking and online information services.

Prior to joining TSA, Ujwal served as a political assistant to the Minister of Energy in Ontario. During this time he worked closely with all levels of government, media, and private stakeholders.

Ujwal has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and English from the University of Toronto, and a Certificate in Public Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Heena Kapoor

Senior Consultant

Heena is a Senior Consultant at TSA Toronto providing strategic counsel for clients focusing on the provincial, federal and municipal governments.

Heena’s experience includes working as Policy Advisor and Stakeholder Relations Specialist with key industries in the tourism, culture and sports sectors. With the Ontario Government, her work as a Legislative Assistant gives her first-hand knowledge of government decision-making and legislative procedures.  

Among her accomplishments in government, she researched and drafted a Private Member’s Bill to promote the agriculture industry in Ontario which successfully passed and received Royal Assent.

Heena has years of experience working in municipal, provincial and federal election campaigns and sat on local riding boards providing strategic advice on grassroots initiatives.

Prior to joining government, Heena worked as a Lobby Day Coordinator advocating for critical issues in the healthcare sector.

Heena holds a Master of Arts in European and Russian Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in History and Political Science from York University.

Jess Harris

Senior Consultant

Jess Harris is an accomplished PR professional with 10 years’ experience working with clients in a range of sectors including the clean economy, climate change, and arts and entertainment. Jess specializes in developing and executing all elements of communications strategies to position TSA clients for success.

Previously, Jess served as Director of Communications at Ivey Foundation where her work focused on supporting Canada’s transition to a net-zero economy. In this role, she also worked on communications to help launch both Accelerate and New Economy Canada.

Jess also served as Communications Director at The Transition Accelerator, managing communications for the launch of Edmonton Region Hydrogen Hub and Canada Grid (now Electrifying Canada).

Previously Jess worked in media relations at the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and at Touchwood PR, where she handled communications for a wide variety of entertainment industry clients including Toronto Comicon, Cineplex Events, the International Festival of Authors, the SOCAN Awards, the Canadian Screen Awards, NXNE and many TIFF and Hot Docs films.

Jess has a degree in English and Professional Writing from York University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Relations from Humber College.

Matt Campbell


Matt is a Consultant with TSA’s strategic government relations team in Ottawa, working with clients and industry associations in sectors including environment, clean energy and financial services.

Matt provides legislative and media monitoring, execution of Hill Days, and meeting planning and preparation.

Prior to joining TSA, Matt worked as a Legislative Assistant on Parliament Hill where he gained intimate working knowledge of government committees and legislative priorities. Matt’s experience with political processes and priorities has included participation with the Liberal Party of Canada on several political campaigns in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections.

Matt has an Honour’s Bachelor Degree from Brock University with a Major in Political Science and Minor in History. He also has completed the Clayton Riddell Master of Political Management Program at Carleton University.

Sabrina Daniele


Sabrina is a Researcher at TSA’s Toronto Office. She supports consultants and their clients with legislative and news monitoring focusing on provincial issues.

Prior to joining TSA, Sabrina worked at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario where she served as Press Gallery Coordinator.

Sabrina has an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto. She also completed the post graduate journalism program with honours from Humber College. 

Carolyn Smith


Carolyn provides research and event coordination services with TSA, including organizing and supporting Hill Days.

Her most recent projects include servicing as operations manager for the 2023 Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conference, which brought together over 250 emerging leaders from 35 nations for a two week program in Canada. 

Before joining TSA, Carolyn was an event coordinator providing coordination and logistical support for conferences, large events and weddings. Carolyn has developed organizational skills and an attention to detail which enable her to conduct thorough research, monitoring, and planning and execution of client programs.

Carolyn is bilingual and holds an Honours BSSc. in Political Science and History from the University of Ottawa.

Sandra Cullen

Director of Administration

Sandra joined TSA in the 1990s to handle general office administration for the growing company. Her role has evolved and working closely with the Principals, Sandra’s duties include general accounting, contracting, budget tracking, payables/receivables and invoicing. Sandra also manages the smooth operations of the office requirements and provides required support to TSA Consultants.

TSA managed the 2004, 2008 and 2012, 2015 and 2017 Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conferences, including all financial requirements. Sandra was responsible to the Executive Director for the integrity of a $3.1 million operating budget which was audited annually. She also administered contracts with a wide range of conference suppliers across Canada and oversaw the Conference’s trust fund.

TSA coordinated the Canadian Science Policy Centre 2019 Conference, Sandra managed approximately 1,000 registrations and related revenue of $370,000.  Statistical reports were provided to CSPC’s CEO and President on a weekly basis outlining type of registrations and overview of funds received.