Isabelle Vachon



Miss Isabelle Vachon, B.A., RCIC is a graduate of  UQAM, as well as of HEC Montreal. Her ten years of experience as a lecturer and an employment counselor have allowed her to work in the sector of the professional integration with Emploi‐québec. She has thus acquired specific skills as regards different clienteles, from different cultural backgrounds. Therefore her great interest for immigration.  

 

Miss Isabelle Vachon is a graduate of the first cohort of the Service‐council in immigration of the Cégep de Saint‐Laurent. She is a member of the ICCRC, the « Registre québécois des consultants en immigration » and a consultant at her own office : IV Immigration.

 

That said, by her multidisciplinary approach, she has always been involved in several projects:

 

‐Vice‐president of the Council of graduates ‐ Faculty of human sciences, UQAM 

‐Immigration and Integration Salon of Quebec (IISQ‐SIIQ)

‐International Movie Festival Vues d’Afrique  

‐Director of Internal Affairs, Administrator for Board of Directors ‐Young Haitian Chamber of Commerce

 

Since 2013, Miss Isabelle Vachon has been appointed director of the events and director of Policy&Lobby at CAPIC‐Chapter of Quebec. In this position, she stood out by being a versatile and capable candidate to carry out in good term the mandates assigned. 

 

Having said that, the beginning of the year 2016 was revealing for all the consultants in Quebec. Her contribution to the committee which prepared the report presented to the National Assembly of Quebec last February, she remains convinced that it is by the implication that we can improve the future of our profession.

 

Together let us move forward

 

      Protect our interests and rights any time

      Have the RCIC recognized according to the Professional Code

      Pursue the improvement of the services in French for the Quebec Chapter

      Assert our profession on new platforms

      Recruit more speakers among our colleagues

      Recruit more members and volunteers 

      Contribute to a healthy governance