Anne–Marie is a bilingual researcher and user experience consultant. She helps organizations build more inclusive and accessible products and services. She has experience working with the Ontario Digital Service (ODS), the Canadian Digital Service (CDS), United Nations Association in Canada and more. On the side, she publishes for Black Professionals in Tech Network (BPTN), the biggest network of Black professionals in tech, in North America.
Anne–Marie is interested in equipping the next generation of technologists with the tools and skills they need to empower themselves and change the world. She facilitates interactive design thinking workshops for universities and innovation hubs in Canada and West Africa. She is also a board director of Computers for Success Canada (CFSC), a non-profit organization that promotes digital inclusion since 1993.
Her background is in sociology and graphic design. She has earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic and Industrial Design at Concordia University, in Montreal.