Originally from the East-End of Montreal, Filomena Rotiroti has a vast amount of experience in the area of public administration, economic development and politics.
Responsible for the organization of Western Quebec for the Quebec liberal Party, she has been passionate about politics since the referendum of 1995. Coordinator of the QLP till 1998, she became the political attaché to the Member of National Assembly in the riding of Anjou. In 2002, she returned to the QLP to prepare the electoral campaign of 2003, during which time she was responsible for the organization of the East-End of Montreal.
From 2003 until 2007, she held positions in two ministerial cabinets in Jean Charest's Liberal government: first as political aide to the Minister of Economic and Regional Development, from 2003 to 2005; and then, as Chief of staff for the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities.
Filomena Rotiroti has put her knowledge and political experience to serve the citizens of Jeanne-Mance–Viger since her election as a Member of National Assembly in 2008. She occupied the position of Committee Chair and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities.
Ms. Rotiroti was re-elected on September 4th 2012. She is until the 7th of April 2014, date of her third mandate, the official opposition critic for immigration and foreign credentials.