On May 27, during the grand innovation and technology event, the “Premières en affaires” magazine unveiled eight women known as technology landmarks. Lise Lapointe, president and founder of Terranova Training, is among the chosen women.
“This is a wonderful acknowledgement and I’m happy. I think it is important to recognize the efforts and achievements of our local personalities. It encourages us to persevere in the development of our organizations, “said Ms. Lapointe.
“When we see the success of Lise Lapointe, president of Terranova, and that of Cindy Walsh, vice president of Finances and Operations at OKIOK, who represent the dynamism of Laval, we only have one word in mind: pride” , says Véronique Proulx, director at the Laval Technopole International Business Centre.
The editor’s Innovation and Technology 5 to 7, held at the Montreal Hyatt Regency, welcomed many personalities from the business community.
Here are the 8 women known as technology landmarks, according to “Premières en affaires” magazine:Nadia Lalancette, engineer at the Ministry of Natural Resources of Quebec, France Côté, patent officer and co-founder of Benoît & Côté, Nathalie Rajotte, CEO of Ingenio Loto-Quebec; Lise Lapointe, president and founder of Terranova Training; Sandra Salcioli Dirat, strategic planner at Nurun, Cindy Walsh, vice president of Finances and Operations at OKIOK; Lucie Dufour, associate at Fasken Martineau, Nicole Martel, president and CEO of the Quebec Technology Association.
Lise Lapointe, surrounded by her team at Terranova Training as well as Véronique Proulx, director at the Laval Technopole International Business Centre.