The elected members of the Executive Committee are:
- Kathy Baig, Eng., FEC, Project Manager, Aéroports de Montréal; elected as First Vice President
- Zaki Ghavitian, Eng., FEC; elected as Vice President
- Jean-François M. Proulx, Eng., Senior Associate Operations, GORD Associates; elected as Vice President
- Roland Larochelle, elected as a member appointed by the Office des professions du Québec
The Board of Directors, which will be supported in its duties by the Executive Committee, has the following members:
Paul E. Barbeau, Eng., President, Navtech Inc.; Anne Baril, Eng., Head of Operations, Operations Support Department, Transports Québec; Suzanne Bastien, Eng., Director – Policy and Governance, Public Works and Government Services Canada; Robert Blanchette, member appointed by the Office des professions du Québec; Eric Bordeleau, Eng., Electrical Engineer, Mine Canadian Malartic; Geneviève Brin, Eng., Manager, KPMG Canada LLP; Lise Casgrain, member appointed by the Office des professions du Québec; Mathieu Cléroux, Eng., project manager, GORD Associates, Roger Dufresne, Eng., Integration Engineer, Hydro-Québec Production; Robert Fournier, Eng., FEC, Distribution Engineer, Hydro-Québec; Sandra Gwozdz, Eng., FEC, Project Manager, Bombardier Aeronautique; Françoise Lange, Eng.; Pascale Lapointe, Eng., Project Manager; Sophie Larivière-Mantha, Eng., Head of Technology Operations, CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’île-de-Montréal; Alexandre Marcoux, Eng., Project Manager, Apcurium; Michel Noël, Eng., Director, Continuing Education Centre, Faculty of Engineering of the Université de Sherbrooke; Vincent Ouellette, Eng., Inspector, CSST; Gaston Plante, Eng.; Louise Quesnel, Eng., FEC; Richard Talbot, member appointed by the Office des professions du Québec.
The OIQ’s Board of Directors is made up of a president, 20 engineers elected by members and four public representatives appointed by the Office des professions du Québec.
About the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec
Founded in 1920, the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec has a membership of approximately 60,000 engineering professionals in all fields, except forest engineering. The mission of the OIQ is to ensure the protection of the public by supervising the practice of the profession within the framework of its constituent laws and regulations and ensure that the profession serves the public interest. For more information, go to the Web site at www.oiq.qc.ca.