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Kelly Brown

Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer for Molson Coors Canada.

Kelly Brown is Chief People, Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer for Molson Coors Canada, a prominent Canadian brewer and the oldest brewer in North America. In her role, Kelly is a part of the Canadian Leadership Team and is responsible for the Legal, Human Resources and Corporate Affairs Teams. Kelly joined Molson in October, 2000 as Corporate Counsel, moving into the role of Vice President and General Counsel (2005), Chief Legal Officer (2009) and most recently, Chief Legal & People Officer (2012) for the company.

Kelly received her law degree from Dalhousie University and her BA (Hon) in English Literature from McGill University. Upon graduation, she clerked at the Federal Court of Appeal in Ottawa and then began her legal career practicing corporate/commercial law at Torys. Kelly was called to the bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and Canadian Corporate Counsel Association. In 2006, Lexpert named her one of Canada’s “Top 40 Lawyers under 40”. In 2012, Kelly went “undercover” for Molson on the popular television series “Undercover Boss Canada”.

Originally from Montréal, Kelly now lives in Toronto with her husband and 6 year old daughter. She remains steadfastly loyal to her first loves: the Montréal Canadiens and a cold Molson Export.
I See You And What You Do Is Molson Coors Canada

I See You And What You Do Is Good

A few years back, I got the opportunity of a lifetime that ended up shaping how I feel about employee recognition. One day, my boss asked if I would represent Molson on the television show called Unde...
11/18/2016 05:11 EST
Mum Was Right All Along: Just Try Your Kelly Brown

Mum Was Right All Along: Just Try Your Best

Whatever it was we were trying to do as we grew up -- a math test, a soccer game, a school play -- my mother helped us to see the art of the possible. No matter what the challenge, mum would always say, "Your father and I are proud of you no matter the outcome, as long as you just try your best."
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