- MNA since 2015
- Born in Montreal to Haitian parents and mother of three
- Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from l’École polytechnique de Montréal and an MBA from HEC Montréal
- Enjoys music and speed-walking
My parents instilled in me the fundamental values of social involvement and personal achievement. I now try to pass these same values on to my three children.
I began my career in 1996 as an engineer for Procter & Gamble. Two years later, I was promoted to head of a business unit where I managed over 100 employees. From 2000 to 2003, I worked for Nortel Networks and, in 2004, I was named the company’s Director of External and Governmental Affairs for Quebec. From 2005 to 2012, I worked at McKinsey & Company.
Until my election as MNA for Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne, I was President and CEO of Montréal International.
I have always sought to combine my professional life with my social involvement, sitting on the boards of directors of around fifteen organizations and chairing several of them. I also co-founded the KANPE Foundation, which supports the most vulnerable Haitian families in their quest for financial independence.
Vice-chair of the Committee on Institutions
Official Opposition Critic for the Economy
Official Opposition Critic for Immigration