Eva lives and breathes politics, and she is always up for informed debates on current issues. Her intellectual rigour makes her a calm, serious tactician who offers strategic options to clients. Versatile and open-minded, Eva quickly identifies and grasps the key issues in any given situation.
Through her wealth of experience, Eva became a skilled researcher and political staffer. After supporting the office of a minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife, she worked for two ministers responsible for Aboriginal Affairs. She was then recruited by PartiRep, a Belgian research project, to work on a study that focused on the 2014 Belgian and European elections. Eva missed politics, so she became the communications manager of a first-rate candidate during the 2015 federal election, making the most of her ability to work under pressure and her organizational and media positioning skills.
Eva holds a master’s in political science from McGill University and received a bachelor’s degree with honours in political science from Université Laval. She authored some 15 academic articles and presentations on voting behaviour that were well received in Europe and Canada. Very involved in her community, she volunteers with several Montréal organizations and sits on the board of the Y des femmes de Montréal as vice-president.