Initially a journalist, then a political advisor, Samuel Tremblay has developed an intimate knowledge of the media and political world through his previous experiences. Recognized for his writing skills, his efficiency and his ability to quickly popularize complex issues, he excels at finding the right messages and strategies to put them forward.
Prior to joining TACT, Samuel worked as a political advisor at the Quebec National Assembly and in the office of the Minister of Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs. In particular, he was editor and content manager for two national leadership campaigns for a political party. Prior to that, he was a journalist for more than three years in a daily newspaper. In 2019-2020, he also held key positions with the Special Commission on the Rights of Children and Youth Protection (Laurent Commission).
Samuel holds a degree in journalism from Cégep de Jonquière, a bachelor’s degree in political science and administration from Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, as well as a master’s degree in public and international affairs from Université de Montréal. His academic background also led him to study at San Diego State University and to work at the Quebec Office in Washington, D.C., USA. Active in his community, he is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Full Potential Foundation, which helps people living with an intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorder.