From journalism and public affairs to corporate communications and political strategy, Stephanie’s rich and varied professional experience sets her apart. Her first job in journalism at the Journal de Québec - a major Quebec daily newspaper - soon developed into a passion for writing and a knack for choosing just the right words.
Her intellectual curiosity then led her behind the scenes, where she was responsible for communications in the offices of various provincial and federal ministers and party leaders whom she assisted with their communication activities. She has, among others, worked for François Legault’s cabinet, second opposition group at the National Assembly, and for Denis Lebel’s cabinet, Canada Economic Development. After heading to Europe in 2010, Stéphanie returned to the private sector in Montreal to work for the major telecommunications company Videotron in a strategic role. Her rapid and accurate assessment of key issues, strategic versatility and impressive efficiency are based on her extensive experience in internal and external communications, brand positioning and public affairs.
Stéphanie holds a bachelor’s degree in public communications from Université Laval and a master’s degree in public administration from the Université de Moncton.