Nominations to the Quebec regional board of the Nature Conservancy of Canada
Nominations to the Quebec regional board of NCC
Natalie Brown, LLB, B. Sc., RIS
Legal Affairs, Desjardins Group
We are very pleased to welcome Nathalie Brown to our regional board of directors. This is news worth celebrating, since in addition to being a lawyer and manager, she is an ardent advocate for the environment and an enthusiastic fan of family hikes in nature.
A graduate of McGill University in biology and environmental studies, Natalie completed her law degree from l’Université de Montréal. She is also a responsible investment specialist, which allows her to better understand environmental, social and governance issues. Her commitment to nature conservation plays an important role in her life. It’s therefore no surprise that she is active with the EcoMaris organization, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of conserving the St. Lawrence River.
We are pleased to welcome Natalie, and are confident that her knowledge, experience and significant professional network will be important resources for the Quebec regional board of the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Paul Corriveau, BCL, LLB
Business Development, TorQuest
By welcoming Paul Corriveau to our regional board, we are benefitting from one of the most experienced professionals in investment, investment management and business strategies in Quebec. We are therefore extremely pleased to welcome him to our team.
With a bachelor’s degree in civil law and another in law from l’Université McGill, Paul is also a graduate from l’École nationale d’administration en France. His qualifications include not only significant experience with large corporations, but also a deep understanding of government policies and politics in Canada. His passion for nature conservation has already led him to a role as Chair of The Fondation Gordon, whose focus is on the Canadian North and water protection in Canada.
We are thrilled that Paul has agreed to lend us his solid professional experience and to direction contribute to Quebec’s magnificent natural legacy.