Waiting for God

After over 20 years working in innovation and technology development for the high tech, maritime and ocean sectors, Marie-Chantal pivoted her career to focus on end-of-life care. She has worked in both the public and private sectors as an applications engineer, innovation officer, and ultimately Director for the Ocean program at the National Research of Canada, a $70+ million dollar program that aims to find commercially viable products that benefit ocean health.

Her passion for technology development and increased quality of life for Canadians has her now looking to improve the quality of life of those whose lives are coming to an end. Her experience, love for people and the idea of changing the world for the better led her to be nominated for the 31st annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards.

Marie-Chantal has a Bachelor of Applied Science, Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto, and a Masters of Engineering, Engineering Management from the University of Ottawa. She is enrolled part-time in the Masters of Theological Studies program at St. Paul’s University.

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