Martine Hébert, Vice-President, Quebec and National French Spokesperson
Vice-President, Quebec and National French Spokesperson
Martine holds a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Montreal and has nearly 20 years experience in public and government relations.
For nearly 10 years, Martine was President of her own Public Affairs agency. During this time, Martine gained much of her experience working as a consultant for professional and trade associations throughout Quebec and Canada.
Prior to this, Martine acted as Director of Government and Public Affairs at the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés du Québec, as well as various political functions at the provincial level. Over the years she has tackled many small business issues, most notably labour laws, economic development and entrepreneurship, self-employment, retail, distribution of financial products, energy, etc.
Additionally, Martine is the author of the book The Secrets of Lobbying, the first guide of its kind to be published in Quebec. She also taught Government Relations at the University of Montreal and was co-founder and president of l'Association québécoise des lobbyistes and the Fondation l'Actuel.
Finally, Martine was an Honours Graduate in 2010 from the Department of Economics at the University of Montreal.