Marie-Ève Assunçao-Denis

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M.U.P. – Urban Planning, McGill University

Planning the Cycling City Summer School, University of Amsterdam’s Urban Cycling Institute

AA Mexico City Visiting School, Architectural Association School of Architecture

B.A. – International Development Studies and Political Science, McGill University

Certificate in International Cooperation, University of Montreal

A.C.S. – Community Development and Intercultural Relations, Marie-Victorin College

As a Membership Success Officer at CUTRIC, Marie-Ève Assunçao-Denis supports CUTRIC’s national membership outreach efforts through various mediums including email, meetings, presentations and other communications mechanisms. She acts as a liaison and support officer for current and potential members and partners, while also developing and implementing membership recruitment and retention strategies, focus group methodologies, interviews and surveys.

Prior to CUTRIC, Ms. Assunçao-Denis worked as a transportation planner and project manager at several international organizations including ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) and UN-Habitat. She has contributed to public policies, active and public transportation projects as well as urban and community development proposals. Before moving back to Canada in 2019, she worked a few years in international and community development, which led her to live in seven countries over four continents. She also studied bicycle planning, architecture and graphic design, and she is a published researcher in the field of active transportation. She is fluent in French, English and Spanish, and also speaks Portuguese.

Marie-Ève Assunçao-Denis is currently based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.