Emilie is an entrepreneur with a passion for equity, education and the environment. She has studied in various fields from biotechnology to design thinking, project management and marketing, giving her a unique perspective in a variety of industries. In 2018, she graduated as an advanced biotechnologist and valedictorian for Loyalist College. Emilie believes that youth representation is required at all levels of governance and that sustainable practices and intersectional thinking are key pillars to successful policy making.
A Bay of Quinte and Canadian Top 30 Under 30, Emilie is a director on the Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair Board, a member of the Centre for Workforce Development Board and a youth advisor on the education sectoral committee of CCUNESCO. She is an advocate for positive mental well-being and a speaker through Jack.org.
Emilie is also an assistant volleyball coach to the Belleville Ravens 16u team, a project manager for the Quinte Home Builders Association and program designer for the Naval Archive Museum in Prince Edward County.
I am excited to be running as a candidate under 30 as I believe youth representation is required at all levels of governance and that sustainable practices and intersectional thinking are key pillars to successful policy making; not only to provide a voice for youth, but for all. Emilie Leneveu