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Patricia Lemoine Smith

Patricia Lemoine Smith

Senior Vice President

Patricia Lemoine Smith has over fourteen years of experience in corporate communications, media relations, public affairs, citizen communications, and management. She has also been a spokesperson for large publicly traded companies in regulated sectors such as healthcare, seniors’ housing and manufacturing.

Patricia is recognized for her abilities in crisis management, support to senior management and the chair of the board, market positioning with stakeholders, and the integration of social and environmental responsibility into corporate strategic planning.
More recently, Patricia has mobilized government and association stakeholders in the ecological transition of products and services of companies undergoing transformation, in the recycling and reuse industry, as well as in manufacturing.

Involved in the field of mental health following an eating disorder as a teenager and young adult, Patricia has been a spokesperson as a ”Friend of Bell Let’s Talk” since 2015.
A communications and public affairs strategist, Patricia holds a bachelor’s degree in civil law from the Université de Montréal and a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Concordia University.