To support my clients in their reflection towards a practical and satisfactory solution for all is what drives me the most as a professional.
Since 2010, Ann-Sophie has been practicing in complex and politicized environments, from the public sector to nonprofit organizations. Passionate about governance and compliance, she provides legal advice to her clients in that matter, helping them in the resolution of their most complex issues. She also practices in corporate secretariat, regulatory affairs and administrative law, privacy and confidentiality, as well as in educational law.
A lawyer and manager, Ann-Sophie has extensive experience in legal and strategic consulting, project management, change management and crisis management. With her in-depth understanding of public issues and her marked interest in establishing healthy organizational climates, she provides a comprehensive support service for her clients, particularly with regard to governance and compliance: from the analysis of new legislation and organizational diagnosis to the implementation of an action plan, the development of tools and then the implementation of control measures. Certified as an investigator in psychological and sexual harassment in the workplace, she has also conducted a number of investigations in large institutions.
Ann-Sophie supports her clients in the drafting and review of contracts and legal documents to ensure their compliance with the provisions of new bills, including the popularization of these in plain language. She also uses her strong communication skills to provide training for all audiences, including members of boards of directors.
Ann-Sophie worked at the Commission de la construction du Québec, first as an operations advisor in the strategic coordination management team, and then as a training consultant in the professional training management team. She also practiced at the Conseil interprofessionnel du Québec as legal affairs officer, and later as acting director of legal affairs.
Prior to joining Delegatus, she served as Secretary General for the Centre de services scolaire de Montréal, actively participating in the transformation of school governance in Montreal.
Ann-Sophie began her career as a lawyer at Chabot, médiateurs-avocats and Ravinsky Ryan Lemoine before moving to the public sector.