With twenty years of experience in conservation and endangered species, M. Branchaud joins SNAP Québec's team in 2015. In the past, he has worked developing Environment Canada's Species at Risk program. He is also the cofounder of Rescousse project, whose mission is to raise awareness and funds for Quebec's species at risk.
Alice de Swarte,
Project Manager in conservation and political analysis
Alice holds a master's degree in Political science, from both University of Sorbonne in Paris and University of Montreal. She has three years of experience in research and advocacy in different environmental organizations and regional administrations, both in France and Quebec. Her role at SNAP Quebec is to support our efforts toward protecting 50% of our wilderness.
Project Manager in conservation and marine areas
Danielle holds a degree in law and a Master’s of Administration and has 16 years of combined experience in project management for environmental organizations. She has served since 2007 as the president of Attention FragÎles, a nonprofit working to protect Les-Îles-de-la-Madeleine. Along with CPAWS Quebec, Attention FragÎles is a founding member of the Saint Lawrence Coalition, which has been advocating since 2010 for a moratorium on oil and gas exploration and exploitation in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. She joined the CPAWS team in 2016 to promote biodiversity and marine environment conservation, the two main subjects of her personal and professional interest.
Project Manager in conservation and forestry
Représentant SNAP à la Coalition St-Laurent
Recently retired, Nicole joins SNAP Québec's team in May 2015. With her experience in administration, she has all the tools to support the organization.