Biography

Deb Schulte is the Member of Parliament for the riding of King-Vaughan, and an accomplished community leader with a proven record of standing up for her community. In 2017, Deb’s dedication to the diversity of her community was highlighted as her Private Member’s Motion was passed marking every June as Italian Heritage Month in Canada.

As a former local and regional councillor for the City of Vaughan, Deb is results-oriented with an extensive record of community service and proven leadership.

Deb is a long-time member of the Humber Watershed Alliance. A local advocate for most of her life, Deb was appointed to the Greenbelt Task Force and served on the Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation Board of Directors – a non-profit organization dedicated to the enhancement and preservation of one of southern Ontario’s most distinct landscapes extending over 160 kilometres.

She has a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University and 22 years of engineering and business experience with Bombardier Aerospace. Deb lives in Vaughan with her husband, Dave, their two sons, and a Labrador Retriever.