Author: Camille Bricault

COMQUAT / Articles posted by Camille Bricault

A new trainer joins Comquat Since the end of February, Farah Hadj Ali has come to lend a hand to the already energetic Comquat team of trainers. Her title: Literacy trainer and project development. Besides her participation in the current courses offering, she will be working on setting new projects in order to expand activities at Comquat and...

New Faces on the Board of Directors of Comquat At the general meeting in November 26, two new administrators were elected to Board of Comquat. They are Florence Le Garrec-Sallenave and Michel Normand, who replace Raymonde Trudeau and Michel Robichaud, two very valuable directors. Florence and Michel's careers leave no doubt as to their ability to take...

A NEW DIRECTOR AT THE HEAD OF COMQUAT! COMQUAT is a non-profit community organization that provides literacy and French language improvement services in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region. Since the end of August, a new director has taken over from Ms. Julie Legault, who led the organization with skill and charisma for more than two years. The newcomer, Sylvie Pelletier, is a...

COMQUAT’s annual general meeting was held on October 25 th , with a total of 24 learners, volunteers, employees and members of the Board of Directors participating in this event. The goal was to review the year 2017-2018 which ended on June 30, and to present the organization’s financial statements. Excellent news, COMQUAT is in good financial...

Last June, a new director has taken over for Lise Cayer who stepped down after 14 years of tireless commitment to the organization. The newcomer, Julie Legault, is a seasoned administrator. She holds a Master's Degree in Management from the Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières (Executive MBA) and a double Bachelors Degree in Marketing/Management from HEC Montréal....

Upon her arrival last June to head COMQUAT, Julie Legault took the bull by the horns. First, she had to consolidate her work team: recruit a new course instructor in francization and reallocate the administrative tasks. All this needed to be done in time for the start of the fall session. Mission accomplished! The number of learners...