Krista Brodie Biography
Krista Brodie is a Canadian Armed Forces officer. She works as a Brigadier General in the Canadian Army. On May 17, 2021, she was appointed to the position of Vice President Logistics and Operations with the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). Brodie replaced Major General Dany Fortin, who fell under investigation. Krista will be serving as the Public Health Agency of Canada’s (PHAC) vice president of logistics and operations leading the federal government’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution program.
Before this task, she worked in the program with Major General Dany Fortin at its inception in November 2020, before becoming the commander of the Military Personnel Generation Group in February 2021. She is an Army Logistics officer with three-decade leadership experience in diverse and challenging appointments in Canada and Internationally.
Brodie has been the Quartermaster of the Third Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, and was the first woman to command 1 Service Battalion, which is the largest unit in the Canadian Field Force.
In 2013, Brodie was named to the WXN Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 list. In February 2020, Brodie worked briefly as the Commander of Military Personnel Generation Group. Brodie holds degrees in Military Strategic Studies, Defence Studies, National Resource Strategy, and a certificate in Global Supply Chain Management.
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Krista Brodie Husband
She is married to her husband Dr. Dennis Filips. Her husband is a trauma surgeon, innovator, and entrepreneur. He was an Assistant Adjunct Professor at the National Defense University in Washington DC where he taught Healthcare Industry Studies, worked as a general/trauma surgeon, and as a course director for Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Tactical Medicine courses for the military and tactical police units. He retired from the Canadian Forces (CF) in 2008 after 20 years of service.
Together with her husband, they have three young children.