The CJE Montréal team

Our multi-disciplinary team believes in young people’s potential and drive – and we strive to foster their self-reliance. Working in the fast-paced environment of the downtown core, our team provides a high level of professionalism and commitment on a daily basis.

Martin Choquette

Executive Director

As part of CJE’s team for nearly 10 years, Martin devoted several years to developing our services for artists before taking on the role of executive director. He is committed to youth and is driven to help them enter Quebec’s employment market and benefit from its many opportunities. Martin sets his sights high! With his original ideas, he embodies innovation, a value that is important to CJE. Martin is a trained actor and an outstanding communicator. He is also a networker who likes to bring people together to spawn new ideas.

Arielle Veyitondolo

Reception and front line agent

Graduate of UQAM in career development, Arielle has  4 years of experience as an employment counsellor. Wanting change and taking on new challenges, she joined the CJE team as a front-line receptionist. Her empathy, her dynamism, her good listening and her years of experience in employability with a diversified clientele allow her to fully understand the situation of the participants and to provide support to the team.

Francis Brisson

Youth Worker

Having worked for some 15 years with young adults on an unconventional course of life, Francis is well acquainted with the reality experienced by 18 to 29 year-olds. As part of the Focus project, he will be able to accompany participants who wish to return to school or the job market. His attentive ear and empathy, the warmth of his contact and his professionalism will accompany you throughout the path you choose to attain your vocational objective.

Hervé St-Jean

Youth Worker

Having worked with youth for the past ten years or so, Hervé has acquired plenty of valuable experience. He is an exceptional motivator who knows how to guide youth in the FOCUS program to help them meet their personal goals, including going back to school and entering the job market. As a resourceful individual with a solid sense of humour, Hervé is able to provide you with all the personalized support you need to achieve your goals.

Lamia Lamoudi

Services Coordinator

With a degree in psychology, Lamia is in charge of a team of professionals passionate about helping people make the right career choices. She draws on her many years of coaching hundreds of job seekers in their employability and career development processes.
Lamia stands out for her ability to listen and empathize, her group facilitation skills and her expertise with immigrant clients. Since 2012, she has led a dozen conferences a year on job search strategies for newcomers in francization. She also initiated and implemented the Sprint vers l’emploi (2016 to 2020) and Démarque-toi ! (2023 …) workshop series.
Lamia is also committed to getting involved in the downtown community as a member of the Board of Directors of the Table de concertation Peter-McGill and its Immigration Committee.

Jocelyne Agnero

Employment Counselor

Passionate about people and coaching, Jocelyne has constantly enriched her professional career with training in human resources, coaching and psychometric testing. This quest for continuous improvement aims to better understand the needs, behaviors and aptitudes of the people she accompanies. Her aim is to bring real added value to young people through the actions she takes on a daily basis for their personal and professional development. She has developed her skills in various fields, but it is in the associative sector that Jocelyne aspires to evolve and make a significant impact.

Marie-Lou Bariteau

Project Manager - Arts and Culture / Artistic Entrepreneurship Advisor

Graduate of the UQAM theater school and of the cultural animation and research program, actress and director of her theater company, Marie-Lou fell in love with the CJE MCV. She has held several positions there over the years. His critical sense, his entrepreneurial spirit, his anchoring in the cultural environment and his knowledge of resources allow him today to coordinate the various structuring projects of the CJE and the service to young artists.

Emanuel Robichaud

Project Officer - Nouvelle-Garde

Graduate of the UQAM École supérieure de théâtre and currently a master’s student, actor and director and founder of his own theater company, Emanuel joined the team of the Carrefour jeunesse-emploi Montréal Centre-Ville ​​as program officer for Nouvelle-Garde. Having sat on various boards of directors and closely following cultural issues, he will support a cohort of young graduates as they join to the artistic community through internships with various organizations.

Alice Boisvert

Mobilization Agent

Enthusiastic, Alice joins the CJE team and the Peter McGill neighborhood table as a mobilization agent. Her role is to mobilize residents around the issue of housing and green spaces in the neighborhood. Freshly graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, Alice has been involved in the community sector for several years now. Her curiosity and thirst for learning allow her to easily get in touch with others in order to build a relationship of trust with everyone. Alice believes that citizen social involvement is an essential lever to combat social inequalities. This is why commitment is an important value in her eyes : to help the community on a small or larger scale.

Ashley Huang

Agente de mobilisation

Ashley brings her love of collaboration and community support to mobilization. In partnership with the Table de Quartier Peter-McGill, it leads projects around community issues such as affordable housing, green spaces, accessible transportation, and cohabitation. Ashley comes to this position with a master’s degree in urban planning and years of experience in social work and community development.

Charlotte Olivier

Art and culture project manager

Graduate of HEC in management of cultural organizations, Charlotte worked for several years in the Montreal visual arts community as a cultural worker with self-managed artist centers. Her experience in the management of artistic projects and the support of artists allows her today to act at the CJE Montreal Centre-ville as an Art and culture project manager.

Marjolaine Pilon

Communications Counsellor

Social networks have no secrets for Marjolaine, who loves to communicate with members of the CJE Montréal Center-Ville in different ways, with original, colorful and personalized publications. Her job fascinates her! With her studies in communication and public relations at UQÀM, she takes great pleasure in keeping CJE audiences informed and entertained: if you see a Carrefour publication appear on your news feed, do not hesitate to comment ! Marjolaine will be happy to answer you and chat with you!

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