“I first studied marketing and then nursing science. I worked in the Lachine Hospital, then at Sainte-Justine in 2003, and then did an internship in Senegal. I loved working with people from another culture right away. After, I felt I wanted to return home, to give back to my community, while still holding onto the spirit of adventure. It was in Ungava Bay that I was able to make it happen… And I have been here for nearly 15 years!
When I look back at how I got here, I laugh. Time flies. It may seem strange, since nursing care clearly addresses the base of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, but it was the idea of improving how we respond to needs that got me interested in marketing, and it’s also what interests me in union life.”