Justine stands out for her critical analytical skills and strategic approach. Her rigour and ability to synthesize allow her to deal with every project with efficiency and professionalism. She also strongly believes in the power of teamwork as a source to push one’s limits.
Recipient of the Jean-Charles-Bonenfant grant from the National Assembly, Justine developed a fine understanding of parliamentary procedure, in addition to participating in the organization of work through preparation and support of MNAs, as well as in the drafting of bills. Justine also taught French in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for a Quebec immigration assistance program.
Justine is a PhD candidate in communication at UQAM. Her thesis focuses on the social acceptability of energy projects in Canada.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Université Laval, a specialized graduate diploma (DESS) in international development management and humanitarian action, and a master’s degree in administrative sciences. She has demonstrated her skills in the academic environment by getting involved in numerous student associations and boards. Justine currently sits on the Board of an international development organization, PECK (Kenya Community Engagement Project).