Passionate about politics and public affairs, Laurence stands out for her rigor and analytical skills. Her curiosity, adaptability and versatility allow her to respond to a variety of mandates and to understand the dynamics of public affairs.
Laurence developed her experience in government relations as a parliamentary assistant in Ottawa. She has also worked as a communications and public affairs officer for a non-profit public policy organization.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Political Studies and a Master’s degree in International Law and Applied International Politics from Université de Sherbrooke. She has been involved for several years in the Youth Parliament of Quebec, a non-partisan simulation taking place at the National Assembly of Quebec. She is president on the board of directors of the Quebec Association of Young Parliamentarians, which oversees the organization of the simulation. She is also a member of the public affairs committee of the Jeune Chambre de commerce de Montréal.