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 is currently a student at HEC Montréal’s D.E.S.S. in Private and Public Sector Management (double degree with ÉNAP). 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 currently vice-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.