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Ontario's Delegation at the World Forum of Francophone Women

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Ontario's Delegation at the World Forum of Francophone Women

Ministry of Francophone Affairs


Zoé Arsenault started her business in Thunder Bay in 2014 to further pursue her passion in health and kinesiology while providing unique services within her community. 
In 2015, Zoé was named Thunder Bay's francophone woman of the year by the PARO Centre for Women's Enterprise. She has been a member of the Association culturelle francophone de Thunder Bay since 2007.

Julia Deans has been recognized as one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women as well  as a Woman of Influence Canadian Diversity Champion, and has received the University of Toronto's Arbor Award. 
She is the CEO of Futurpreneur Canada, a national non-profit organization that helps to launch start-ups with its business coaching, financing, mentoring, and other resources.

As a result of her steadfast commitment to the advancement of French language services and her involvement with the Franco-Ontarian community, Nathalie Grenier has been invited to serve on several boards. She is also the president of the Economic Society of Ontario.
Prior to focusing her career on non-profit organizations, she completed a number of mandates in the education sector.

Mireille Morin is the owner of Distillerie Rheault and has received numerous awards and medals of excellence for its products.
She has been working as a primary school principal for the past 12 years for the Conseil scolaire catholique de district des Grandes Rivières and has previously taught high school for 14 years as mathematics, business and co-op placements in both official languages.

Léonie Tchatat has developed innovative initiatives anchored in a deep knowledge of crucial inclusiveness issues in an increasingly diverse society. Her knowledge and expertise make her a key partner in Ontario.



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