Monique Boudreau Originally from Cocagne, Ms. Monique Boudreau has worked in the world of education since 1994 where she held various positions – teacher and assistant director at the Louis-J.-Robichaud school in Shediac, educational officer at the Ministry of Education, pedagogical agent and director of education at School District 11 and executive director of apprenticeship at the French School District South.
Ms. Boudreau has been the director general of the Francophone South School District since July 2013 and her mandate was renewed in June 2018 for a period of five years. She holds a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Education from the Université de Moncton.
Ms. Boudreau is also a member of the National Group of Education Directorates-General where she holds the position of President. She also sits on the board of directors for the Kent Center for the Prevention of Violence since June 2017.
In addition, she was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award in 2003 and the Prime Minister of Canada Award for Teaching Excellence in recognition of the exceptional support given to the quality of teaching in 2004. In 2017 and 2018, she was named among the most influential Francophone personalities in New Brunswick.
In May 2019, Ms. Boudreau was honoured at the annual gala of École Clément-Cormier de Bouctouche as Alumni of the Year.