Dans cette vidéo, Marie-Ève Tremblay parle de son expérience de l’ «Échange managérial»: À un moment fixé à leur convenance, et pour une période de 2 à 3 jours, chaque participant effectuera un stage d’observation dans le milieu de travail d’un coéquipier, ce dernier l’accueillant ensuite à son tour.
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As Assistant to the Judge Advocate General-Eastern Region, LCol Tremblay supervises the legal services provided to the military chain of commands in Quebec. Tremblay is doing an EMBA at McGill-HEC Montreal to strengthen her leadership skills.
As a teenager she was deeply affected by a visit to the women-only Ravensbrück Concentration Camp, in northern Germany. Walking amidst the ruins and seeing the names of the 55,000 dead inscribed on plaques, she was struck by the scale of the sacrifices made during both World Wars.
“Those wars led to the adoption of rules attempting to make the conduct of hostilities more human,” says Tremblay. “I’m extremely honoured to serve with individuals who courageously and selflessly carry and defend our values in conflict zones, sometimes at a very high cost.”
Tremblay graduated in Law from Laval University and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2004. She briefly practiced law in her home town of Roberval, in the Lac Saint-Jean region of Quebec, before quickly realizing that she wanted to work for a cause.
That same year, she enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) as a member of the Office of the Judge Advocate General, in Ottawa, where she served in the Directorate of Law/Military Justice, Policy and Research until 2007.