Marie-Michèle Rousseau-Clair

Marie-Michèle Rousseau-Clair

Marie-Michèle Rousseau-Clair

Chief Conservation Officer

marie.rousseau@natureconservancy.ca


Marie-Michèle Rousseau-Clair joined the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in 2007. She started as a regional stewardship assistant to help with the development of a conservation plan and has since held several positions leading to her current role as chief conservation officer. With 15 years’ experience in developing and promoting best practices in conservation programming, Marie-Michèle is responsible for ensuring that NCC's conservation directions are driven and informed by the best available science and knowledge systems and that NCC leverages conservation technology to optimize conservation outcomes.

Marie-Michèle holds a bachelor’s degree in biology, a master’s of project management in land planning and a graduate diploma in sustainable business administration.

In her free time, Marie-Michèle and her partner enjoy canoeing, gardening and cross-country skiing, and any other activity that allows them to be outside.

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