Board Members

Established by government in 2004, the role of the New Brunswick Insurance Board (NBIB) is to regulate auto insurance rates for all companies doing business in NB.

Although the Board was created by government, it was established to be an independent body, operating as an administrative tribunal, separate from government. The Board’s activities are reported through a separately published annual report and the Board appears before the Legislature’s Standing Committee on Crown Corporations to answer any questions that MLAs may have.

The Board consists of a Chair, Vice-Chair and 8-10 members. The membership of the Board consists of a cross-section of New Brunswick citizens from all regions of the province and with a wide ranging variety of backgrounds. Board members, including the Vice-Chair are appointed for three-year terms and can be reappointed. The Chair is appointed to a non-renewable ten-year term.

Marie-Claude Doucet, Chair, Moncton

Marie-Claude Doucet was appointed as Chair of the New Brunswick Insurance Board in October 2016. She received a Bachelor of Psychology degree in 2002 from the Université de Moncton followed by her law degree from the same university in 2005. She subsequently earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Saint Mary’s University in 2007 and was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 2008.

Prior to her appointment to the Board, Ms Doucet practiced law with Bossé Viola LeBlanc, where she focused her practice in civil litigation, specifically in the areas of personal injury and insurance law.

Ms Doucet is a member of the New Brunswick Law Society, the Canadian Bar Association, the Moncton Area Lawyers Association, and the Association des juristes d’expression française du Nouveau-Brunswick.

Marven Grant, Vice-Chair, Fredericton

Marven Grant was appointed as Vice Chair of the New Brunswick Insurance Board in October 2019. He is a graduate of Dalhousie University with a Certificate in Municipal Administration and completed a leadership training program at the University of New Brunswick. His career spanned 40 years with the City of Fredericton and retired in 2010 as Director of Finance/City Treasurer. He served as a member of the school board, York Foundation, and currently Vice Chair of the City of Fredericton Shared Risk Pension Plan. He is a Toastmaster.

He is married to Cheryl and has (3) adult children and (1) granddaughter.

Life motto: A steadfast adherence to moral and ethical principles and values.


Ferne Ashford
Jim Jessop
Francine Kanhai
Saint André
Georges Leger
Kirk MacDonald
Robert McSorley
Katherine Munro
Saint John
Heather Stephen
Saint John
Elizabeth Turgeon