Team

Director

Pierre Lussier

In addition to sitting on the Board of Directors, Pierre has been in charge of Earth Day in Quebec since its founding in 1991. In this capacity, he is responsible for managing day-to-day affairs and overseeing the design and implementation of programs and initiatives with the organization’s partners and civil society. He is also the Director of the Fonds Éco IGA.

Administrative Coordinator

Julie Lebert

Creative communicator of sweet madness, Julie loves to share her discoveries: recipes for cooking, natural healing products, or the latest Quebec artisan she met during an event. Attracted by urban agriculture, and zero waste, Montreal is her ideal playground!

Director’s assistant

Rachel Ganem

Rachel, a lawyer specialising in international law, has been involved in Earth Day celebrations in France and Quebec for over 20 years. She likes to spend her free time strolling between exhibitions, films, and the theatre, and never refuses a walk in the forest or a swim in fresh water.

Administrative Assistant – Human Resources

Catherine La Branche Chabot

Passionate about moving towards a simpler lifestyle, Catherine is always looking for more sustainable alternatives. Driven by the desire to solve problems, no matter how large or small, she wishes to bring concrete and empowering solutions. You will find her with a drink or a coffee philosophizing about human behaviour and its impact on organizations.

COMMUNICATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS

Development, partnerships and communications coordinator

Léo Cressatti

Driven by a taste for adventure and discovery, Léo always loves outdoor activities. Willing and engaged, he is committed to developing a sustainable future that respects the environment. Most often on a bike, he enjoys walking the streets of Montreal and participating in various cultural and musical events.

Head of Digital Communications

Sophie Turri

Convinced of the importance of citizen mobilization and awareness, Sophie is very involved in local action in her city. The rest of the time, you will find her debating or with her nose in a book (to prepare her next arguments!). A Montrealer at heart, she likes to wander the streets and find new restaurants or cozy cafés.

Communications Officer — Media Campaign

Myriam Charconnet

Passionate about wildlife and wide open spaces, Myriam is committed to protecting the environment, which has inspired her to focus her career in this sector. Strongly committed to the cause of animal justice, she is involved in various associations and animal shelters. Always eager to discover, she likes to travel, read, run to photo exhibitions and musical events, and… eat chocolate!

Webmaster

Maxime Dannel

Web programmer and graphic designer since 2007, Maxime is always available to answer questions from the team and to take up new challenges. As a guitarist and skater, he loves open spaces, BBQ parties and reading.

Institutional development and revegation’s programs coordinator

Raphaëlle Dufresne

A great team player with an insatiable curiosity, Raphaëlle is always on the lookout for new initiatives to make our environmental behavior actions more sustainable. When she is not deep into a book, you can find her riding her bike in the city, hiking outdoors with friends, or caring for her vegetable garden.

Canadian Outreach Project Manager

Lexa Wilson

A lover of languages and cultures, Lexa takes every opportunity to explore unknown corners of the world and discover new ways of life. Passionate about nature and adventure, she loves wildlife, hiking, climbing, and diving, but also likes to stay home with friends to enjoy a good coffee or experiment with vegetarian recipes.

PROGRAMS

Director of programs (on maternity leave)

Hortense Montoux

Hortense seeks, in her work and life, to develop concrete solutions to current environmental issues. She wants everyone to be able to feel involved in creating a better tomorrow: the path of solutions and local action being her preferred angles of attack! She also loves to bake, travel, and share a good meal with friends.

Coordinator — Waste Management

Karoline Bessette-Simard

Passionate about the environment, one goal motivates her: to find simple and creative solutions to protect our planet! She considers waste management as a primary field of action, since it concerns the daily life of everyone. Her favorite activity? Get lost in the woods with her tent and her friends!

Project Manager – Development and partnerships in waste management

Alexandre Fichon

Passionate about nature and protecting the environment, Alexandre channelled his environmental action into volunteering with local groups in Montreal. A sports and travel enthusiast, he enjoys running and soccer as much as exploring new horizons.

Advisor — Waste Management

Marie Legivre

After travelling for several months to Chile and Argentina a few years ago, Marie is making a shift for the environment in her professional and personal life. Curious by nature, she loves discovering new DIY cosmetic recipes, and is striving to live a zero-waste lifestyle. She also enjoys cycling (even in the winter!) and hiking in nature.

Advisor — Waste Management

Sylvain Boissonnier

A lover of adventures and explorations, Sylvain likes to get lost in nature: whether it’s running, swimming, or cycling! Protecting natural ecosystems and reducing the man-made environmental impacts are important to him. Committed to strong measures of sustainability, he has developed expertise in the circular economy, and more specifically in ecodesign and industrial ecology.

Advisor — Waste Management

Guillaume Castelain

Trained as a designer, Guillaume is passionate about creative and innovative solutions that limit our impact on the environment while improving our daily lives. He spends his free time doing photography, playing his favourite sport (ultimate frisbee), and reading. His motivation to go to work is to make a difference!

Advisor — Waste Management

Hugo Jabbour

Committed to meeting the environmental challenges of our century, Hugo wants to be part of the change by proposing initiatives for a sustainable future. Curious by nature, he gets his inspiration from travelling and current affairs. If he’s not reading in a café, you’ll probably find him playing a board game!

Project manager – Clé en main

Kim Méthot

Having spent her childhood summers camping in the forests of Quebec, Kim quickly understood the interconnectedness and fragility of the environment that surrounds us. Every day, she seeks ways to reduce her impact on the planet and hopes that, by setting an example, others will follow suit. Passionate about cooking, Kim dreams one day of having her own garden in order to strive as much as possible towards food autonomy.

Partnership Manager — Tomorrow’s Forest in Québec City

Antoine Paquet-Moisan

Passionate about nature and the outdoors, Antoine is committed to protecting the environment and fighting climate change. Originally from Quebec City, he wants to contribute to the greening of his city and the protection of its natural spaces. An avid traveler, sports enthusiast, and socialite, he spends his free time playing hockey, climbing, and playing board games with friends.

Project Manager — Transport and Mobility

Bérangère Ferrand

Berangere is passionate about reflecting on the world of tomorrow and raising awareness about it. This is what inspires and motivates her. An idealistic dreamer at heart, she is convinced that innovation and creativity are essential to change lifestyles. Photography, knitting, and walking in the forest are some of her favourite ways to recharge her batteries. For her, it is a must to wonder at the world at least once a day.

Project Manager and Speaker —À vos frigos

Camille Defoly

Joyful and positive, Camille is convinced that intentional daily actions make a difference! Her passion for theatre has led her to lead and organize several events. She loves to cook and to try new dishes with her leftovers. A friendly person, she is fond of board games. For her, all nature trips are an opportunity to marvel at wildflowers and mushrooms.

Project Manager — Transition Wow

Julien Kuzdzal

Curious and attentive, Julien always loves to laugh. Trained in mechanical engineering, he has just returned from a year-long trip to Latin America and now wishes to get involved in the energy transition. If he is not drinking craft beers around a board game with his friends, you will find him hanging off a climbing wall or skiing in a fresh snow field!

Contact us

Tous les Jours / Jour de la Terre

5818, boulevard Saint-Laurent
Montréal (Québec) H2T 1T3 Canada

Phone : (514) 728-0116
Toll free : 1 800 424-8758
Fax : (514) 303-0248
Email: info@jourdelaterre.org