Isabelle Fontaine joins Aéro Montréal
Feb. 5, 2008, Montreal - Aéro Montréal is pleased to announce the appointment of Isabelle Fontaine to the position of senior communication advisor at Aéro Montréal.
Feb. 5, 2008, Montreal – Aéro Montréal is pleased to announce the
appointment of Isabelle Fontaine to the position of senior communication
advisor at Aéro Montréal.
Over the last ten years, Isabelle has acquired extensive experience in
the field of communications in both the private sector and within the
Government of Canada. Until recently, she acted as Director of Communications
for the Minister of Foreign Affairs and previously for the Minister of
Industry. She also worked for several years as an account manager for the
public relations firm Groupe Gignac communications marketing.
Within Aéro Montréal, Isabelle will be responsible for managing the
Strategic Committee on Image, Branding and Visibility, a strategic orientation
of the think tank which aims to increase the outreach and recognition by
different audiences of the importance the aerospace cluster of Metropolitan
"Based on her experience of communication and knowledge of the industry,
Isabelle is a valuable addition to our team. We are convinced that she will
contribute to achieving the goals of Aéro Montréal and allow the aerospace
cluster of Metropolitan Montréal maintain and improve its position among the
world leaders in aerospace, "said Suzanne Benoit, CEO of Aéro Montréal.
Aéro Montréal, think tank of the Aerospace Cluster of Metropolitain
Montréal, is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) which brings together the
leaders of the aerospace sector from industry, educational institutions,
research centres through associations and trade unions.
Aéro Montréal's mission is to foster and maintain an environment
conducive to increased productivity and accelerated growth in the aerospace
sector that it remains a source of wealth creation even more important for the
Great Montreal, Quebec and Canada. It thus contributes to strengthen the
position of the aerospace industry in the Greater Montreal and to ensure its
competitiveness against other centres of aerospace leaders in the world.