Honourable Stephanie McLean – MLA for Calgary-Varsity

we thank you for the Honourable Stephanie McLean as she represents
Calgary-Varsity. We ask for your continued wisdom and direction as she makes
crucial decisions for our province. We pray for her as she lobbies for the
needs of her individual constituents, that she would become aware of the best
support for them. As she serves in the Legislature, fill her with confidence
and open doors of opportunity in Jesus name, Amen.

Minister of Service Alberta

Minister of Status of Women

Stephanie McLean was elected to the Legislative Assembly of
Alberta as the Member for the constituency of Calgary-Varsity on May 5, 2015.
On February 2, 2016, Ms. McLean was appointed Minister of Service Alberta and
Minister of Status of Women.

She previously served as a member of the Special Standing
Committee on Members’ Services and the Select Special Ethics and Accountability

Prior to serving as a Member of the Legislative Assembly, Ms.
McLean started a small business practicing law and later partnered to create
GTM LLP where she practiced in Family and Criminal litigation.

Born in Calgary and educated in Alberta, Ms. McLean earned a
bachelor of arts in philosophy and religious studies at Concordia University
College of Alberta in 2008 and received her law degree from the University of
Calgary in 2012. Ms. McLean was trained at the law firm of Davidson Gregory
Danyluik, the Provincial Court of Alberta under the mentorship of the
Honourable Judge Anne Brown and at the Alberta Crown prosecution service.

Active in her community, she presently serves on the board of
directors for Alberta Theatre Projects and as a mentor lawyer through the
University of Calgary Student Legal Assistance mentorship program. Ms. McLean
has offered legal assistance to and has volunteered with Calgary Legal
Guidance, the University of Calgary Student Legal Assistance advising lawyer
program, the Elizabeth Fry Society and the Calgary Criminal Defense Lawyers

Ms. McLean is passionate about social justice, health care,
advanced education, women’s rights and consumer protection. She and her husband
Shane, as well as their new baby Patrick, are residents of Calgary-Varsity.