Supporting clients with practical and objective-driven solutions that satisfy all stakeholders is what drives me as a professional. Working in complex and political environments, I am known to quickly grasp the key issues organizations face. I am an avid learner, which is why personal and professional development is a priority in my life.
Curious, empathetic and diplomatic, I love spending quality time with my loved ones. I enjoy mountain running, hiking, biking and skiing: spending time in nature is an essential for me!
- Participation certificate, Seminar for psychological harassment investigators, Barreau du Québec | 2021
- LL. B., Université de Sherbrooke | 2008
- Bachelor’s degree in business administration, specialization in human resources management,
HEC Montréal | 2005
Ann-Sophie has been practicing law for more than 12 years in political environments, working in the public sector and for nonprofit organizations. She has substantial experience in corporate secretariat, governance and ethics, regulatory affairs and administrative law, as well as in education law.
Prior to joining Delegatus, Ann-Sophie served as secretary general for the Centre de services scolaire de Montréal, actively participating in the transformation of school governance in the metropolitan area. Prior to this role, she worked for the Commission de la construction du Québec and the Conseil interprofessionnel du Québec.
Ann-Sophie is a lawyer and manager with extensive experience in legal and strategic consulting, project management, change management and crisis management. She demonstrates effective leadership and knows how to develop practical, solution-oriented strategies. With her in-depth understanding of public issues and strong communication skills, she assists her clients with governance, legislative and regulatory frameworks, and the implementation of training for all audiences, including board members.
Since joining Delegatus, Ann-Sophie has assisted the National Bank in drafting and reviewing contracts and legal documents to ensure compliance with the provisions of new legislation.
Ann-Sophie worked at the Commission de la construction du Québec, first as Operations consultant with
the strategic coordination management team, and later 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, Ann-Sophie served
as secretary general for the Centre de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM), actively participating in
the transformation of school governance in Montreal.
Experience in private practice
Ann-Sophie began her career as a lawyer at Chabot, médiateurs-avocats and Ravinsky Ryan Lemoine
before working in the public sector.
Professional affiliations and community involvment
- Speaker, "Quebec’s professional system: perspective, reality and issues”, Université de Montréal |
- Participated in the drafting of the report entitled "Report on regulatory processing: for an agile and
innovative regulation", Conseil interprofessionnel du Québec | 2019
- Volunteer at the YWCA Legal Clinic