PhD Candidate, Laval University, Quebec, Canada
I’m an insatiable humanist. As doctoral student in [political] psychology (Ph.D.) and a former political cabinet advisor with a deep knowledge of partisan politics, my appetite for the fulfilment of the human condition led me to become a specialist in political decision-making. I’m conducting advanced experimental research in cognitive ergonomics and behavioural science with the goal of improving the performance of political decision-making in complex and dynamic environments. I hold a certification in economics, a bachelor degree in political science and a master degree in public affairs and governance.