- Elected for the first time in the 2014 general election
- Mother of two boys, native of Outremont and from a family that has always encouraged community involvement
- Holds a Master’s and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Université de Montréal
- A lover of theatre, literature, film and opera
Having grown up in a family that encouraged authentic engagement, I have always been sensitive to the importance of giving back as much as you’ve received. That’s why, after having worked as a psychologist and professor, then as a vice-rector and assistant deputy minister, I wished to get involved more actively in my community.
It is a privilege to represent the constituents of Marguerite-Bourgeoys at the National Assembly since 2018. To speak for them, to share their concerns and to advocate for their projects to move Quebec forward constitutes the common thread of my political engagement.
Vice-chair of the Committee on Health and Social Services
Official Opposition Critic for Social Services
Official Opposition Critic for Secularism
Official Opposition Critic for the Status of Women