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Anne-Marie Paquette

Anne-Marie Paquette

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Talem Health Solutions Inc.

Founder and CEO at Talem Health Solutions Inc.

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Talem Health Solutions Inc.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

In an effort to reduce global disability, Talem Health Solutions is developing software for the creation and sharing of specialized rehabilitative content between patients, clinicians and industry stakeholders. With both the need for physical therapy and access to technology growing at staggering rates, the market is ripe for a connected platform which provides individuals with the knowledge and power to manage their own health. With an innovative way to accurately monitor patient adherence for the first time, Talem stands heads above the rest to help determine effectiveness of rehabilitation protocols in all stages of the care continuum.

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The Next 36

Alumni Mentor

Canada's Entrepreneurial Leadership Initiative

The Next 36 is an organization whose goal is to increase Canadian prosperity by developing Canada’s next generation of high impact entrepreneurs. Started by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, The Next 36 provides a series of life changing experiences and relationships to young Canadians with the potential to build and lead great organizations. Each year, 36 promising undergraduates are selected from a variety of academic disciplines, and from across Canada, through a rigorous national selection process. The young entrepreneurs build a business in the mobile or tablet space together in teams of four. For 8 months they are provided mentorship from some of Canada’s top business leaders, up to $80,000 cash from top Venture Capitalists, and academic instruction from some of the world’s top faculty. The program is spearheaded by a founding group of 50 high-profile business leaders, entrepreneurs, and academics. Its Founding Patrons are Paul Desmarais, Sr., Galen Weston and Jimmy Pattison.

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Engineers Without Borders Canada

Student Chapter Alumni

To promote human development, EWB strives to drive change in Canada and in developing communities.

Here at home, EWB is raising awareness among Canadians about the impact of their daily actions on developing communities. We aim to make Canada a model global citizen in the fight against poverty.

At the McGill, chapter most activities comprised of creating global citizen on and off campus. In three years,mentoring youth and giving workshops on the root causes of poverty, water and sanitation, energy and global engineering were core to our activities.

As en executive member of the chapter for several years, main main responsibilities surrounded fundraising for the chapter. In an effort, to combine these endeavors with raising awareness, I created an event called Wear Change: A Fair Trade and Locally Made Fashion Show, a legacy that is now 4 years in the running and growing every year.

On my first year on the executive team, McGill won Chapter of the Year.

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McGill University Design Services

Architectural Design & Planning Intern

For a year, I worked as the only design intern within the Facilities Management and Operations group at McGill University.

I was responsible for the design, material research, drafting of plans and specifications as well as site supervision for the construction of interactive teaching and learning spaces on both campuses of McGill University.

Recent examples include: http://www.mcgill.ca/tls/spaces/classrooms

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Engineers Without Borders Canada

Junior Fellow - Burkina Faso

The Junior Fellowship Program is a 16 month international development commitment including 4 months of preparation, 4 months overseas and 8 months of chapter capacity building as well as recruitment, selection and coaching of future volunteers.

During my 4 month stay in Burkina Faso (West Africa), my placement was designed to facilitate the development of farm management tools for female farmers with low literacy levels.

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ArchiDATA

Intern

ArchiDATA provides property owners with an integrated space and property management solution that combines a virtual plan room and BIM (Building Information Model- 3D) to a facilities management solution.

My responsibilities involved:
Inspection of plans provided by clients
Zoning of spaces based on building occupation
Management of company presence at conferences and tradeshows

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University of Toronto

Certificate in Entrepreneurship, The Next 36

McGill University

B.Sc., Architecture

McGill University

Minor, Business Administration and Management, General

Champlain Regional College (CEGEP)

DEC, Pure and applied Science