- 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.
Leader of the Quebec Liberal Party
Official Opposition Critic Responsible for the Charter of Regions