Sport: Wheelchair Basketball
Current role in sport: Assistant coach of the Quebec Junior Team and guest coach on the U21 Women’s National Program.
Do you have a mentor/Mentors: Marc-Antoine Ducharme, head coach of the Senior Women’s Wheelchair Basketball National Team.
Current NCCP Training and certification: Wheelchair Basketball Competition Introduction Coaching Course.
Current occupation: Financial services consultant at the Royal Bank of Canada.
Education: Bachelor of Business Administration, specialization in Human Resources and Marketing, at HEC Montréal.
Coaching History: During the 2013-2014 sport season, I prepared weekly practices as head coach of the Valleyfield Aigles in the provincial A League. That’s where my passion for coaching started, and I was proud that we finished first in the league rankings.
After that, I focused on my own athletic career before finally retiring from the Senior Women’s National Team in 2016. I was then named assistant coach of the Quebec Junior Team and started working as a guest coach of the Women’s Junior National Team.
Who are you currently coaching (age, level): The Quebec Junior Team competing at the 2019 Canada Games.
- Silver medal at the 1999 Cornerbrook Canada Games.
- Paralympian, 2012 London Games.
- 2014 World Champion with the Women’s National Team.
- Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal recipient in 2013.
- Named Great Citizen of the City of Saint-Eustache in 2015.
What you do with your free time: Take care of my baby Arthur, swim, lift weights, practice mindfulness meditation and enjoy quality time with friends and family around a nice meal.