Scott Mullin

Scott Mullin

Principal,

Toronto

Scott Mullin is a veteran public affairs strategist and an acknowledged leader on corporate citizenship strategies and reporting who advises our c-suite executives on the full range of Navigator’s services.

Address

121 King Street West
Suite 1810
Toronto, ON
M5H 3T9

Contact
smullin@navltd.com 416-317-1627
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Prior to Navigator, Mullin spent 17 years with TD Bank Group where he was first VP, Government Relations and then VP Community Relations and Corporate Citizenship. He led TD’s ESG strategy and was actively involved in TD’s diversity and environmental agendas.

Before TD Mullin served as Vice President, Public Affairs with the Canadian Banker’s Association overseeing their advocacy and government relations activities. Mullin spent 19 years with the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, now Global Affairs Canada, serving as Senior Trade Commissioner in Hong Kong, Canada’s senior diplomat in Iran and Press Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He also had postings in Nairobi and Beirut.

Mullin currently chairs the City of Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square Public Advisory Group, and is on the boards of the Walrus Foundation, publisher of the Walrus magazine and the Fort York Foundation. In the past he has served on the Board of Governors of Carleton University, the Youth Challenge Fund, set-up by the Ontario government to address youth issues in priority neighbourhoods in Toronto, and Casey House, Toronto’s AIDS hospice. Mullin is also active in the Toronto visual art community and served on the capital campaign committee for the Kenojuak Cultural Centre and Print Shop in Cape Dorset, Nunavut.

Mullin was awarded a 2012 Queens Diamond Jubilee medal for his work on diversity in Canada. He received the 2015 Harry Jerome Diversity Award from Toronto’s Black Business Professional Association and was honoured with the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award by Start Proud, formerly Out On Bay Street, an organization that facilitates the professional development of LGBTQ students as they transition from school to careers.

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