Carole Mallette is the Huntingdon County CAQ candidate. (Photo – https://coalitionavenirquebec.org/fr/blog/equipe/carole-mallette/)
The president of Usinages Mallette, Carole Mallette, will try to continue the riding of Huntingdon in the crowd of the Coalition avenir Québec.
The business woman invested Thursday morning in Saint-Michel. He replaces Claire IsaBelle who decided not to stand again at the end of a mandate.
Ms. Mallette is an engineer by training, holding two MBAs, one from Paris-Dauphine University and the second from the School of Management Sciences at the University of Quebec in Montreal. His academic career, described as outstanding, enabled him to receive important scholarships for excellence.
For the past 15 years, he has contributed to the development of a family business specializing in the production and distribution of alternative solutions related to packaging and recycling of plastic materials.
He has lived in the county for 15 years. Ms. Mallette has been a member of the investment board of Femmessor Montérégie for six years. He is also a member of the Table d’action pour l’entrepreneurship den Montérégie since 2012.
He wants to contribute to the development of his region and the welfare of all. Carole Mallette hopes that her humanitarian and entrepreneurial experiences will help improve the living environment of citizens living in the region.
“Carole is also the mother of two children, added Prime Minister François Legault. So she is well placed to understand the truth and the needs of families. Like me, there are also many who will talk to her about inflation, prices of groceries, fuel. Prices have exploded in the last few months. We must continue to help citizens and, especially, retired people with fixed incomes. We must continue on this path .
Carole and I share the same vision of a government that is close to the people, that helps the people concretely. Carole is a go-getter with ambition. »
He is the second candidate to announce his intentions in Huntingdon for the October 3 election after Emmanuelle Perras of Québec solidaire.