In January, I'll be a host on Radio-Canada's national radio series L'Avenir est indien which is part of the 8th Fire project between SRC and CBC.
For the 8TH Fire television series, I was a field producer and I also produced two short film projects for the website.
I am a member of the community of Mashteuiatsh, Lac Saint-Jean, in Québec. My mother is Innu and my father Quebecois. Prior to working in the media, I dedicated fifteen years to First Nations organizations in Mani-Utenam, on the North shore of the St. Lawrence, at Wendake near Quebec City, and at Kahnawake, outside Montreal.
I graduated with an M.A. in communications at the University of Laval, and my research focused on the public discourse of Aboriginal women and the media coverage in Quebec newspapers.
From 2007-2010 I was host of the French-language program Boreal hebdo(broadcast by CBC North) about the realities of Aboriginals living in the North.
I also worked as a reporter for Dimanche Magazine, Désautels and for the radio news at Radio-Canada.
In 2010, the Quebec Leisure Council awarded me first prize for a radio report about the Inuit of Nunavik at the Olympic Games in Vancouver.