Michèle received a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Laurentian University in 1998. She is a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). Since 1998, she has worked with school-aged children presenting with speech and language difficulties and disorders. In 2012, she received a PhD in Human Studies, an interdisciplinary doctoral program at Laurentian University focusing on integrating professionals from various disciplines around a common complex problem. Her research interests center around, but are not limited to, creating standardized assessment and intervention tools targeting speech and language disorders for those living in linguistic minorities, namely, the franco-ontarian population. Since 2008, Michèle has been providing lectures and teaches courses as an Associate Professor at Laurentian University, in the Speech-Language Pathology Baccalaureate and Master’s Health sciences program. She is a strong advocate for francophones and francophiles alike, and she is always honored to help promote the profession of Speech-Language Pathology and its relevance in the bilingual setting. Michèle has received more than $310,000 in research grants and contracts, either as main researcher or as co-researcher.