Emmanuelle Toussaint is one of the most influential Canadian women

Published on February 11, 2021 at 2:52 p.m

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Quebecer Emmanuelle Toussaint is among the 100 most influential Canadian women in business in the Women's Executive Network's 2021 Top 100.

Nova Bus and Prévost Vice President of Legal, Regulatory and Public Affairs is the winner in the CIBC Leaders in a Management Position category. The latter rewards women aged 46 and over who set an example of excellent leadership qualities. The award also recognizes those who “support others and help them build their confidence and success.”

“I am deeply honored to be counted among such extraordinary women across the country,” Emmanuelle Toussaint said in a press release. The list of previous award winners is impressive. In turn, I hope to inspire other women to access leadership positions and pave the way for future generations in all male-dominated sectors, particularly in manufacturing, transportation and technology.

Emmanuelle Toussaint is also the winner of the 2022 Canadian Clean50 Awards presented by Delta Management Group. This ranking recognizes the 50 individuals who have made the greatest contributions to sustainable development and clean capitalism in Canada over the past two years.

A member of the Quebec Bar and the Order of Chartered Administrators of Quebec, Emmanuelle Toussaint holds a bachelor's degree in law and a certificate in administration from the University of Laval. She also sits on numerous boards and committees in both Canada and the United States, including the Quebec Federation of Chambers of Commerce, the American Public Transportation Association and the Canadian Urban Transport Association, and is chair of the Board of Propulsion Quebec.

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