Marie-Andrée Tougas-Tellier, project manager, Papineau Lake
Project manager for the Lower Laurentians and Petite-Nation
With a bachelor's in geography from the Université du Québec à Montréal and a master's in land-use planning and regional development from the Université Laval, Marie-Andrée Tougas-Tellier first started working with the Nature Conservancy of Canada as a science and stewardship assistant in 2010. After a short time away, she returned in 2014 to work with the team as a project manager. She is in charge of acquisition, stewardship and research projects for the region around Kenauk, Papineau Lake and the Montebello-Tremblant corridor.
Marie-Andrée is committed to preserving our natural heritage. She has been a stewardship volunteer in various national parks in the southwestern United States.
In her free time, she loves to get out in her canoe and paddle Quebec's lakes and rivers.