Sophie Brochu joins the CGI board

Former Hydro-Québec President and CEO Sophie Brochu has joined multinational information technology consultancy CGI, where it will serve on the board of directors.

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Ms Brochu has thirty years of experience in the energy sector, notably managing the gas company Énergir before taking control of the state-owned company which she recently left.

“We are honored to welcome Sophie Brochu to our board,” Serge Godin, founder and CEO of CGI, said in a press release on Tuesday.

“His state-of-the-art expertise in the energy sector and his experience in leading large public and governmental organizations will greatly benefit our clients, our professionals and our shareholders,” added Mr. Godin.

“I am pleased to join the board as CGI continues to solidify its position as one of the world’s leading independent management and IT consulting firms,” ​​said HerrMe leaflet.

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