Chamsi Dib

Chamsi Dib is an independent photographer and retouch artist who was born in Montreal from an Algerian Father and Canadian Mother. She has studied communication, cinema and photography. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University in 2007. Chamsi’s prime photographic interests are in portraiture, social documentary, public events and fashion. She has exhibited at the “Festival du Monde Arabe” in Montreal in 2007 and her photos were published on-line in the “Voir” paper and in the amateur section of Reuters Photos. She has done three internships with Leda & St-Jacques and has worked for Magenta Studio Photo. She is currently the photo editor at CNW Group and sponsor for IABC Montreal and the Latin-American Chamber of Commerce.

Véronique Coutu, MBA

Veronique is passionate about communications and marketing, an area in which she works for almost 10 years.  She offers integrated marketing communications solutions, from quantitative research to analysis and implementation of strategies. She has an overall vision of business reality, giving her the ability to design effective strategies oriented towards concrete results.  Veronique is also an outstanding writer, knows how to find the right words and the desired tone to deliver a clear message to any document or presentation.

Véronique’s background is combined with a Bachelor in Sociology (BSc), a Certificate in Public Relations, a Certificate in Project Management as well as a Master in Business Administration. She is a member of the MBA Association of Quebec, the SQPRP and The Réseau HEC.

Myles McKelvey

Holder of a Master’s Degree in Translation, Myles McKelvey, founder of McKelvey Communications, is a certified member of Quebec’s renowned translators’ association, theOrdre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ).

With 15 years’ experience as a freelance translator, Mr. McKelvey collaborates with a team of certified translators in order to provide his clients with prompt translation services in a variety of fields. His goal is to maintain the high standards and reliable service that have earned him an excellent reputation over the past 15 years.

Mark Inglis

Mark is currently enrolled in the advanced diploma in public relations at Nova Scotia Community College. He is excited to begin practicing public relations. He’s developing the art and science of building and maintaining relationships between organizations and their publics.

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