Daphne Poulin is a young activist native of the city of Granby. She starts politics for the first time at the age of 21 to demand the establishment of a new accessible and free transport service for all, greater social solidarity, increased protection of the lakes and rivers of the region and an accelerated energy transition.
She is currently studying at the Université de Sherbrooke in Philosophy and holds a DEC from the CÉGEP de Granby in Health Sciences. Daphne initially began her studies in mechanical engineering and is currently president of the Université de Sherbrooke's Engineering Without Borders; a group that campaigns for green technologies and raises awareness for a shift towards sustainable development. She is a sporty woman, proficient in volleyball, rowing and golf.
Daphne Poulin brings a wind of renewal, youth and femininity to local and Quebec politics. She advocates for gender equality, the development of animal ethics and more sustainable agriculture. Daphne is an active member of her community; She has received numerous recognition awards, including the Lieutenant Governor's Medal, the City of Granby's Engagement Grant and the Vert & Or Leadership and Social and Community Engagement Award.
For Daphne Poulin, every vote cast on behalf of the Green Party of Quebec demonstrates that our ideas resonate with the public, help us to take a place in the public debate and contribute significantly to the development of the Green Party. For all these reasons, Daphne would be honored to have your support in the 2018 provincial election.
To reach Ms. Poulin, please communication with the Green Party of Quebec at the (514) 612 3365 or via mail at firstname.lastname@example.org