Mégane (she/her) has experience on several youth advisory boards. She served on the RCMP National Youth Advisory Committee in 2019-2020 and on student councils for several years. Currently co-chair of the Children First Canada Youth Council, she works alongside young leaders from across the country to improve the society in which we all live. She wants to use her voice and platform to promote equity, children’s independence and good mental health. She believes that art, culture and knowledge should be made more accessible to all and that they should be a tool for the protection of children and human rights.
In the future, Mégane wants to go into medicine to specialize in traumatic surgery. Being a first medical responder since she was 16, she greatly appreciates enriching her experience in the medical field, which fascinates her greatly by the constant challenges, the need to quickly see all the possibilities, to push the limits of the imagination and science and to make things better during people’s worst times.In order to combine her keen interest in humanitarian aid and her love of medicine, Mégane wishes to be able to do work abroad as a doctor to facilitate access to medicine for all.”