- First elected in April 2014
- Married, father of two
- Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Concordia University
- Avid cooking, film, and sports enthusiast
A word from the MNA for D’Arcy-McGee
Before joining the National Assembly, I spent 25 years as executive director of three major organizations serving minority communities: Alliance Québec, the Canadian Jewish Congress and the Quebec English School Boards Association. I am a former member of the United Way Board of Directors, and acted as a Big Brother and a member of the governing board of a school for quite some time.
Throughout my professional and volunteer activities, I have strived to promote minority rights while building bridges between Quebecers of all backgrounds and orientations.
I deeply feel the privilege and responsibility entrusted to me of listening to the citizens of D’Arcy-McGee and speaking on behalf of a riding that is in majority comprised of anglophone residents and houses Quebec’s largest concentration of seniors and members of the Jewish community. It is an honour to serve them as an elected member of our inclusive, effective and compassionate Liberal government.
Official Opposition Critic for Indigenous Affairs