Board of Directors

Dominique Vézina, MBA

Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec


Dominique Vézina has been active in the world of finance for over 20 years. She started out her career as an actuarial analyst in 1995 with the insurance company Industrial Alliance. Soon thereafter, she shifted to a position in trading and portfolio management at the same institution. In 2008, she was promoted Director, General Fund Portfolio Management.
 In 2011, she joined the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec as Vice-President, Risk Management, Fixed Income and Active Overlay Strategies. Her various duties included portfolio monitoring and construction, transactional analysis and investment committees. On a daily basis, she was responsible for advancing the risk culture on the portfolio management and risk teams. In November 2016, she accepted a new challenge, still in the risk division, as Advisor and Vice-President, Risk Management, Stock Markets. In June 2018 she took on further duties as the manager of the Transactional Risk team.

Dominique holds a degree in Actuarial Science from Université Laval in Quebec City. She earned her title of CFA in 2000. She also holds an International Executive MBA in Financial Services, Insurance and Investment from Vlerick Business School in Belgium, the University of St.Gallen in Switzerland and HEC de l’Université de Montréal. In 2010, she earned the Toastmasters titles of Competent Communicator and Competent Manager.

She has served on various boards of directors over the course of her career, including those of CFA Québec for six years. She is Vice-President of the Association des MBA du Québec. From 2014 to 2019, Dominique has been a mentor under the Mentoring Program of the Association des femmes en finance. She views the program as an inspiring model enabling both mentors and mentees to share information on their experiences in a context that helps them develop to their full potential.

Last but not least, she is a representative of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec to the Advancement Board of Université Laval’s Faculty of Business Administration.

Caroline Jodoin, MBA

Norton Rose Fulbright


Caroline Jodoin advises small, medium and large companies on all aspects of employment and labour law. She also represents them before various administrative tribunals in such matters as dismissals, occupational health and safety, and the interpretation and application of collective agreements. She has extensive experience in human rights issues, and has participated in a variety of significant certification mandates. 

Mtre. Jodoin also assists employers in the daily management of their labour or employment relations.

Within the firm, Mtre. Jodoin is a member of the Students Committee and the Women in Norton Rose (WiN) network. In partnership with the University of Sherbrooke, she acts as a mentor for the organization Pro Bono Students Canada.

Nathalie Miller, MBA



Depuis les 25 dernières années, j’ai accompagné bons nombres d’organisations et leurs exécutifs de divers secteurs d’activités à se transformer, à faire évoluer leur modèle d’affaires et leurs organisations, à apprivoiser la nouveauté afin de résoudre les situations complexes d’aujourd’hui et de demain. Je mise sur une culture d’entreprise inclusive et vivante, en une vision d’affaires stimulante et partagée et j’accompagne les équipes et leurs leaders à détecter et saisir les opportunités pour agir et non réagir.

Benjamin Prince, MBA



Geneviève St-Cyr Larkin, MBA

McCarthy Tétrault


Geneviève St-Cyr Larkin is an associate in the Litigation Group of McCarthy Tétrault. Her practice focuses on commercial litigation, banking litigation, securities litigation, regulatory compliance. She completed a MBA at Université de Sherbrooke.

Julie Bazinet, MBA

Otera Capital





Élyse Lemay, MBA



Élyse Lemay began her career at a major Montreal law firm specializing in securities law. She then joined the legal department of a leading financial services organization where she practised law for more than 22 years and held a management position for more than 5 years. In addition to her law degree from Université de Montréal, she holds an MBA from Concordia University (John Molson School of Business).

Over the years, Elyse has gained extensive expertise in the regulatory framework for both individual and group financial products and services. She has written numerous articles in insurance and pension plans and is a frequent speaker.

In March 2016, she joined Canada Life where she now holds the position of Vice-President, Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Québec. She is also responsible for Quebec related regulatory affairs     for the corporate group. Since June 2017, she has been a member of the Investment Products Advisory Committee set up by the Autorité des marchés financiers.

 Jean-François Prince, MBA

  RBC Banque Royal



Anthony Sylvain, MBA