Rod Phillips Family – Rod Phillips is a Canadian politician and businessman know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.
|Birthdate||2 March 1965|
|Age (as of 2022)||56 years|
|Place of Birth||Canada|
|Mother||Name not Known|
|Father||Name not Known|
|Education||Wilfrid Laurier University (1988–1992), Western University (1984–1988), Newmarket High School|
|Profession||Canadian politician and businessman|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
Rod Phillips is a Canadian politician and businessman who has been the Ontario minister of long-term care since June 18, 2021. He is the member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) for the Durham Region riding of Ajax, representing the Progressive Conservative (PC) Party, since 2018. Philips has held a number or Cabinet positions throughout his tenure in government; he was the minister of finance from June 2019 until December 2020, when he resigned from that role after taking a vacation to St. Barts contrary to his government’s public health advice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to holding the finance portfolio, he was the minister of the environment, conservation and parks from 2018 to 2019.
Rod Phillips Family and Parents
Rod Phillips graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and English. He completed a master of business administration degree at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, graduating in 1992.Rod Phillips has not reveal any thing about his parents name and her early family life.
Rod Phillips Wife and Children
Rod Phillips is married to his wife Lydia, who accompanied him on his 2020 trip to St. Barts.He Lives in Ajax, Ontario with his family. Currently there is o any information either he has kis.
Rod Phillips Net Worth
Rod Phillips is a Canadian politician and businessman has an estimated Net Worth around $5 Million in 2022.
|Name||Rod Phillips Net Worth|
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$5 Million|
|Income Source||Businessman and Politician|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Rod Phillips Career in Business
Phillips worked for KPMG.In 2001, after stint working as chief of staff to the mayor of Toronto, Mel Lastman, Phillips became co-managing director of the venture division of Goodmans LLP, one of Canada’s leading law firms. A non-lawyer, his fellow co-managing director of the Goodmans Venture Group was Dale Lastman, the Goodmans co-chair and son of Mel Lastman.
In 2002, Phillips became president and CEO of Shepell-fgi, a company that delivered workplace health and productivity solutions to eight million employees and family members from over 7,000 organizations in Canada and 54 other countries. Under Phillips’ leadership, Shepell-fgi grew its services to include elder and child support, legal advice, financial guidance, and help with mental health and addiction issues.
Phillips led the corporation to its highest net profit since 2005 and oversaw the design and launch of the modernization of Ontario’s lottery and gaming industry. Under Phillips’ direction, OLG was praised after it was able to identify a $50 million lottery winner, Kathy Jones, who had lost her winning ticket. Phillips presented Jones with her prize-winning cheque in a photo-op.From 2015 to 2017, Phillips was also on the board of directors of Afinti, a Washington DC-based global artificial intelligence company and served as the Canada chair.
Phillips worked as chief of staff for former Ontario PC cabinet minister Elizabeth Witmer and former mayor of Toronto Mel Lastman.He also worked for Ontario PC leader John Tory as the director of his leader’s tour during the 2007 Ontario provincial election.In November 2017, Phillips was acclaimed as the Progressive Conservative candidate for the riding of Ajax.
Phillips considered running in the 2018 Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election, but ultimately declined and backed Caroline Mulroney.In the 2018 Ontario election, Phillips was elected to serve as the MPP for Ajax for the 42nd Parliament of Ontario. He defeated New Democrat candidate Monique Hughes and Liberal incumbent Joe Dickson to win the riding with 39.05% of the vote and 4,000 votes more than the runner-up.On June 20, 2019, Phillips was appointed to as the minister of finance.